Pépinière Jasmin | Jardin Jasmin

Berries

FRAMBOISIER RASPBERRY SHORTCAKE

Dwarf and compact, thornless variety. It produces abundance of sweet vanilla taste fruits. Ideal for container growing or for a small garden. Requires no staking, no companion pollinator. BrazelBerries Collection.

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GADELIER CONSORT

Perfumed black berries, good size. Harvesting takes place in mid-season (July). Sweet, unique and musky flavour. The maximum production of fruit is on 2 to 3 years old branches. Add well-rotted manure in autumn. Variety resistant to rust. Perfect for jams and jellies.

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GADELIER RED LAKE

Vigorous currant bearing large clear red fruits on 2 to 3 years old branches. Late crop but very productive. Excellent for jelly and jam. Amend with a well composted manure during fall time.

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GADELIER TITANIA

Big firm berries on an extremely vigorous shrub. Good resistance to mildew and pine rust. Berries are good for transformation and well suited for juice. Berries are produced on last year's branches. Keep 10-12 branches and eliminate others that are 3 years or older. Prefers a rich, well drained soil.

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GADELIER WHITE IMPERIAL

Produces clusters of white, translucent fruit with a pink blush. This is considered to have the sweetest and richest flavor of all currants and is about the same in size as red currants and also as hardy. Early ripening berry. Self pollinating .

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GADELIER WHITE PEARL

Large white fruit and very hardy. Late crop but very productive. Excellent for jelly and jam. Amend with a well composted manure during fall time.

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GROSEILLIER HINNOMACKI JAUNE

Yields fruits in the first year. Fruits are ripe in July. Trim branches during dormancy period. The peak crop of fruits will take place on 2 to 3 years old branches. Needs a rich, humid and well drained soil. Add a well composted manure during fall time. Avoid to plant near a white pine (pinus strobus).

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GROSEILLIER HINNOMACKI ROUGE

Yields fruits in the first year. Fruits are ripe in July. Trim branches during dormancy period. The peak crop of fruits will take place on 2 to 3 years old branches. Needs a rich, humid and well drained soil. Add a well composted manure during fall time. Avoid to plant near a white pine (pinus strobus).

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GROSEILLIER WELCOME ROUGE

Early variety very productive and robust. The fruits are light red and tasty, good for cooking, eat fresh or use in pies and jams. Fruit freezes well.Very resistant to diseases. Very few thorns. More shade tolerant than other varieties.

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HIPPOPHAE RHAM. HIKUL

Small buckthorn with a rounded habit. The silvery foliage produces a pretty interesting contrast in a border. This is a male variety so it doesn’t produce fruit but can be used as a pollinator for fruiting varieties. It is extremely drought tolerant. It also tolerates de-icing salt and is very resistant to urban pollution. It produces suckers so it can be advantageously used in mass plantings or as an hedge.

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