Arctic Beauty Kiwi – Pasha Male
Arctic Beauty Kiwi – Pasha Male

Actinidia kolomikta is a deciduous vine growing to 30ft at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 3 and is not frost tender. At least one male plant is required to pollinate up to eight females (which produce the fruit). … Continued

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Arctic Beauty Kiwi – September Sun
Arctic Beauty Kiwi – September Sun

Actinidia kolomikta is a deciduous vine growing to 30ft at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 3 and is not frost tender. At least one male plant is required to pollinate up to eight females (which produce the fruit). … Continued

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Aronia – Nero
Aronia – Nero

Nero: An easy to grow, productive small shrub, Nero grows 3- 4 ft. in height and bears abundant crops of large, jet-black berries, good for juice and wine. A beautiful ornamental, you’ll enjoy Nero’s abundant clusters of very dark blue … Continued

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Aronia – Viking
Aronia – Viking

Viking: An attractive, vigorous, and productive small shrub, Viking Aronia is a popular commercial variety in Europe. Viking bears abundant crops of large,almost black berries which make tasty and nutritious juice and wine. Viking’s lustrous, dark green foliage turns a beautiful fire-engine … Continued

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Autumn Olive – Amber
Autumn Olive – Amber

Warning: Autumn Olive is considered invasive in some regions. In most areas of Southern Ontario we are familiar with, Autumn Olive is already present due to programs sponsored by conservation authorities in the 20th century. If Autumn Olive is not … Continued

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Autumn Olive – Garnet
Autumn Olive – Garnet

Warning: Autumn Olive is considered invasive in some regions. In most areas of Southern Ontario we are familiar with, Autumn Olive is already present due to programs sponsored by conservation authorities in the 20th century. If Autumn Olive is not … Continued

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Blueberry – Chandler
Blueberry – Chandler

Needs no introduction! Blueberries prefer acidic soil – you can push more neutral soils towards acidic by working in oak leaves or pine needles. Chandler: Perhaps the world’s largest blueberry, this outstanding selection from New Jersey bears spectacular, cherry-size, delicious fruit. … Continued

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Blueberry – Northsky
Blueberry – Northsky

Needs no introduction! Blueberries prefer acidic soil – you can push more neutral soils towards acidic by working in oak leaves or pine needles. Northsky Blueberry is the hardiest variety that we offer and can withstand temperatures up to minus 45° F!! … Continued

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Blueberry – Spartan
Blueberry – Spartan

Needs no introduction! Blueberries prefer acidic soil – you can push more neutral soils towards acidic by working in oak leaves or pine needles. Spartan: Plant this early ripening variety and feast on its delicious, tangy-sweet berries, as big as … Continued

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Chinese Yam – Dr. Yao
Chinese Yam – Dr. Yao

Native to China and Japan, these unique vines are prized for their ornamental value and tasty tubers. Cinnamon Vine Tubers are eaten boiled, steamed or mashed like potatoes. hardy Perennial vines, they die back in the winter and re-grow in … Continued

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Controlled-Cross Selected Hybrid Hazelnuts (single) (Restoration Agriculture)
Controlled-Cross Selected Hybrid Hazelnuts (single) (Restoration Agriculture)

Mark Shepard’s outstanding book Restoration Agriculture has made his nut tree breeding program famous. We are the exclusive Ontario importer of Mark’s stock. Here’s the description from his website: The parents of our strain of hazelnuts come from breeding programs … Continued

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Cornelian Cherry – Exotica
Cornelian Cherry – Exotica

A wonderful little-known fruit, Cornelian Cherry has the flavour of a fine sour cherry, but ripens later in the season, and due to its oblong pits, is typically less threatened by birds. Also, due to being in the dogwood family, … Continued

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Cornelian Cherry – Red Dawn
Cornelian Cherry – Red Dawn

A wonderful little-known fruit, Cornelian Cherry has the flavour of a fine sour cherry, but ripens later in the season, and due to its oblong pits, is typically less threatened by birds. Also, due to being in the dogwood family, it doesn’t … Continued

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Cornelian Cherry – Red Star
Cornelian Cherry – Red Star

A wonderful little-known fruit, Cornelian Cherry has the flavour of a fine sour cherry, but ripens later in the season, and due to its oblong pits, is typically less threatened by birds. Also, due to being in the dogwood family, it doesn’t … Continued

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Cornelian Cherry – Yellow
Cornelian Cherry – Yellow

A wonderful little-known fruit, Cornelian Cherry has the flavour of a fine sour cherry, but ripens later in the season, and due to its oblong pits, is typically less threatened by birds. Also, due to being in the dogwood family, … Continued

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Elderberry – Nova
Elderberry – Nova

Nova: Enjoy Nova’s beautiful show of flowers in the spring and harvest abundant, sweet and tasty berries in August! Nova’s almost black berries are good for wine, pies and jelly. Edible berries, flowers for tea.

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Elderberry – York
Elderberry – York

York: A beautiful ornamental and fruiting shrub, York’s very large clusters of striking, creamy-white flowers are followed by huge crops of large, purplish-black berries and lovely yellow fall color. York’s berries make delicious pies, jelly, and wine. Edible berries, flowers for … Continued

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Gojiberry – Crimson Star
Gojiberry – Crimson Star

Goji berries hardly need an introduction. They’ve been imported in their dried forms for a number of years now, and their health benefits are well-known. Now you can try your hand at growing them yourself! They are a slumping shrub, … Continued

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Gooseberry – Friend
Gooseberry – Friend

Crisp edible berries that pop in your mouth. My very favourite berry (Rob). Friend: A unique, thornless, Ukrainian variety, Friend Gooseberry bears good crops of medium to large, sweet, reddish-pink berries.

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Gooseberry – Jahn’s Prairie
Gooseberry – Jahn’s Prairie

Crisp edible berries that pop in your mouth. My favourite berry bush (Rob). A compact shrub that does okay with a bit of shade, but really does well in the sun. Jahn’s Prairie Gooseberry: Found in Alberta, Canada, Jahn’s Prairie is … Continued

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Gooseberry – Jewel
Gooseberry – Jewel

Crisp edible berries that pop in your mouth. My very favourite berry (Rob). Jewel – Unique, peach coloured berries distinguish this rare Polish variety, renowned for heavy yields of sweet, intensely flavoured fruit from compact, disease resistant bushes.

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Goumi – Red Gem
Goumi – Red Gem

Red Gem: Originally from the Russian Far East, Red Gem Goumi was brought to the Main Botanic Garden in Kiev, Ukraine. It is valued for its productivity and high quality, very flavorful fruit. Nitrogen-fixer. Fruit – raw or cooked. Pleasantly … Continued

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Goumi – Sweet Scarlet
Goumi – Sweet Scarlet

Sweet Scarlet: Selected at the Main Botanic Garden in Kiev, Ukraine, Sweet Scarlet is prized for its large, sweet, and tasty fruit. Nitrogen-fixer. Fruit – raw or cooked. Pleasantly acid when ripe, they make a very good dessert fruit though … Continued

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Hardy Kiwi – 74/49
Hardy Kiwi – 74/49

Yes, these are kiwis we can grow here in Southern Ontario! They are a related species to grocery-store kiwis, and grow in a similar way to grapes on a long vine. They can be trained up a pergola, trellis, or … Continued

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Hardy Kiwi – Dumbarton Oaks
Hardy Kiwi – Dumbarton Oaks

Yes, these are kiwis we can grow here in Southern Ontario! They are a related species to grocery-store kiwis, and grow in a similar way to grapes on a long vine. They can be trained up a pergola, trellis, or … Continued

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Hardy Kiwi – Hardy Red
Hardy Kiwi – Hardy Red

Yes, these are kiwis we can grow here in Southern Ontario! They are a related species to grocery-store kiwis, and grow in a similar way to grapes on a long vine. They can be trained up a pergola, trellis, or … Continued

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Hardy Kiwi – Male
Hardy Kiwi – Male

Yes, these are kiwis we can grow here in Southern Ontario! They are a related species to grocery-store kiwis, and grow in a similar way to grapes on a long vine. They can be trained up a pergola, trellis, or … Continued

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Hardy Kiwi – Michigan State
Hardy Kiwi – Michigan State

Yes, these are kiwis we can grow here in Southern Ontario! They are a related species to grocery-store kiwis, and grow in a similar way to grapes on a long vine. They can be trained up a pergola, trellis, or … Continued

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Honeyberry – Blue Forest
Honeyberry – Blue Forest

Honeyberries are a wonderful crop that’s growing in popularity every year. Fields of them are now being grown in the maritimes and the prairies as an alternative to blueberries. A very hardy and unique small shrub, Honeyberry is a species … Continued

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Honeyberry – Blue Lightning
Honeyberry – Blue Lightning

Honeyberries are a wonderful crop that’s growing in popularity every year. Fields of them are now being grown in the maritimes and the prairies as an alternative to blueberries. A very hardy and unique small shrub, Honeyberry is a species … Continued

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Honeyberry – Blue Nova
Honeyberry – Blue Nova

Honeyberries are a wonderful crop that’s growing in popularity every year. Fields of them are now being grown in the maritimes and the prairies as an alternative to blueberries. A very hardy and unique small shrub, Honeyberry is a species … Continued

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Honeyberry – Blue Sea
Honeyberry – Blue Sea

Honeyberries are a wonderful crop that’s growing in popularity every year. Fields of them are now being grown in the maritimes and the prairies as an alternative to blueberries. A very hardy and unique small shrub, Honeyberry is a species … Continued

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Hybrid Chestnut (single) (Restoration Agriculture)
Hybrid Chestnut (single) (Restoration Agriculture)

Mark Shepard’s outstanding book Restoration Agriculture has made his nut tree breeding program famous. We are the exclusive Ontario importer of Mark’s stock. Here’s the description from his website for Hybrid Chestnut: Chestnuts are high carbohydrate and low oil. Essentially, … Continued

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Jostaberry
Jostaberry

A unique cross of Gooseberry and Black Currant, Jostaberry is the most vigorous of all our Currant varieties. A very disease resistant and easy to grow small shrub, Jostaberry produces very large, jet black, sweet-tart fruit, high in Vitamin C … Continued

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Jujube – Coco
Jujube – Coco

Coco: Coco Jujube come originally from the Nikita Botanic Garden in Yalta, Ukraine. It is prized for its abundant crops of golden brown fruit with a unique, coconut-like flavor. Fruit – raw or cooked. Mealy and sweet. A sourish-sweet flavour. … Continued

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Korean Stone Pine (bundle of 25) (Restoration Agriculture)
Korean Stone Pine (bundle of 25) (Restoration Agriculture)

Mark Shepard’s outstanding book Restoration Agriculture has made his nut tree breeding program famous. We are the exclusive Ontario importer of Mark’s stock. Here’s the description from his website for Korean Nut Pine: The only nut pines to survive our … Continued

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Korean Stone Pine (single) (Restoration Agriculture)
Korean Stone Pine (single) (Restoration Agriculture)

Mark Shepard’s outstanding book Restoration Agriculture has made his nut tree breeding program famous. We are the exclusive Ontario importer of Mark’s stock. Here’s the description from his website for Korean Nut Pine: The only nut pines to survive our … Continued

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Mulberry – Illinois Everbearing
Mulberry – Illinois Everbearing

A fantastic favourite of summer. Wonderful fresh, dehydrated, and as animal food. Illinois Everbearing – Is prized for its tasty, 1-1/2″ long fruit and its long ripening season, late June until early fall. Fruit – raw. It contains about 1.5% … Continued

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Pawpaw – Potomac
Pawpaw – Potomac

Pawpaw is a truly magical fruit. The closest to a tropical fruit we can grow in Southern Ontario, where it is also a native plant. About the shape of a mango, with a similar skin, though the inner fruit is … Continued

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Pawpaw – Prolific
Pawpaw – Prolific

Pawpaw is a truly magical fruit. The closest to a tropical fruit we can grow in Southern Ontario, where it is also a native plant. About the shape of a mango, with a similar skin, though the inner fruit is … Continued

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