A large mid-season crop of exceptionally sweet, sky-blue berries follow the profusion of showy pink-tinged, white flowers.
Full of anti-oxidants and vitamin C, these berries have the taste of raspberry and blueberry combined. They can be used fresh or baked in desserts and preserves.
A high-yielding, late variety with excellent flavour. Firm berries that are perfect for eating fresh. Self-fertile.
Vigorous and productive canes with excellent sweet fruit make this a favourite.
Goji has been grown for centuries in China for its health-giving properties and brilliant fruit colour–red represents joy in China. Self-fertile.
Fruit are usually cooked and used in jams, jellies, pies, sauces, etc. Rich in vitamin C for a health boost!
The fruit is used in jams, juices, and pies. As it is very high in Vitamin C it’s also used in cold remedies.
An excellent white grape for making dessert wine and ice wine. A later budding and ripening grape with a reputation for being a consistent producer. Ripens in October.
Dark red/black cherries. Very flavourful and good for fresh eating. One of the best dwarf varieties for juice. Self-fertile.
Delicious clusters of dark red fruit for fresh eating. High yields per plant. Highest sugar content of all dwarf cherries. Self-fertile.