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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 CHERRY

Red Cherry is known to have a very abundant production. The light red fruits are slightly tart and fragrant, it is ideal for making jelly.

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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 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 LITTLE BEN

Compact and thorny fruit shrub. In spring, the small yellow-green flowers are followed by large, tangy red fruits in mid-summer. Self-fertile and disease resistant.

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HIPPOPHAE RHAM. ORANGE ENERGY

Sturdy Sea buckthorn with large lateral branches. Variety is prized for its incredible crops of large, bright orange, flavorful and vitamin-rich berries. Crops are so heavy that in September the plant essentially turns orange.

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hippophae rham. RUSSIAN ORANGE

Attractive, vigorous, and productive bush with very large deep orange berries. Covered with long, striking greyish green foliage. One of the earliest varieties, it ripens in early September. Makes delicious juice and jelly.

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