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
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.
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.
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.
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.