Fruits

Grow your own fruit and know that it is locally grown! All are easily grown, and make a great learning experience for kids.

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Blackberry - Black Satin

Blackberry - Black Satin

No need for gloves when you pick these delicious blackberries - the canes and leaves of this variety are completely thornless! The delicious fruits ripen in August and September and are perfect for pies and jams as well as eating fresh.

Blueberry - Duke

Blueberry - Duke

Dainty bell shaped flowers. Medium/large, firm, mildy sweet, light blue berreis in early summer.

Blueberry, Wild

Blueberry, Wild

Short in stature, and spreads by underground stems. A mature planting can form a dense ground cover. Leaves are glossy blue-green in summer, turning purple in the fall. The sweet, small dark blue berries are used in preserves and pies and are high in antioxidants.

Elderberry - Jonade

Elderberry - Jonade

Graceful shrub with bright golden serrated foliage turning to a stunning flaming red and orange in late summer and autumn. New shoots are pink-red.

Blueberry - Bluecrop

Blueberry - Bluecrop

Light blue blueberries upto 1/2", that ripen in July, with a harvest that goes on for weeks. Producing up to 20lbs per plants.

Blueberry - Northcountry

Blueberry - Northcountry

Early large berries on compact plants. Very adaptable variety. Highly ornamental plant with beautiful flowers and burgundy red fall colour, makes a stunning informal hedge.

Chokeberry, Black

Chokeberry, Black

Clusters of small white flowers in May followed by purple black berries that are retained throughout the winter. Berries are edible and are extremely high in antioxidants. Native to Ontario & Quebec.

Elderberry - Scotia

Elderberry - Scotia

Amazing display of fragrant, delicate white flowers in summer. Small, very sweet fruit is ready to enjoy in the summer. 

Blueberry - Brunswick

Blueberry - Brunswick

Produces small, sky blue berries that are firm and flavorful, similar to that of a wild blueberry. Dense foliage turns brilliant red or orange in the fall.

Blueberry - Patriot

Blueberry - Patriot

Deep blue fruit rippening in July. Heavy producer, upto 20lbs per bush.

Elderberry

Elderberry

Hardy, rapid growing shrub with clusters of white flowers in spring followed by purple-black fruits. These fruits are excellent for making pies, jam and wine. Native to Ontario.

Gooseberry - Invicta

Gooseberry - Invicta

Flowers appear in April, followed by almost golf ball sized, pale green berries with a mildly tart flavor that ripen in July. Noted for its high fruit yields.