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.
Upright shrub, used mainly for massing. Grayish foliage. Tolerates dry , windy conditions, even de-icing salt.This is a selected male form useful as a pollinator for female clones. One 'Pollmix' can pollinate up to 6 female plants . Can be grown into a small tree.
" Erected thornless blackberry bushes that produce smaller but more abundant berries than other cultivars of the same type. ’Navaho’ is delicious when eaten fresh and super for pies and jams. The large, deep blue to black, shiny fruit can easily be harvested in the home garden because no trellises are needed for this erect variety. "
Very big black fruits produced on thornless stems. The harvest is made in July. Cut in November or in spring after the hatching of buds (when leaves are well-formed ). For the production keep approximately 4 buds by new stalk. For decorative use, cut to control only.
Very large black fruits on thornless stems. Plant in an area protected from the winds. Prune in November or after the hatching of the buds (when the leaves are well formed). In order to produce blackberries, keep 4 buds per new stem. For ornamental use (fence, arbour and trellis). Control pruning only.
Variety with deep bright green foliage and nice sparkling red fruits. Acid fruits similar to cranberry for their taste and their use. Highly decorative plant for its foliage, flowers and fruits. Perfect for alpine gardens. Acidic soil is required; well drained and dry. Very important to avoid excessive watering.
The Brianna vine produces a grape of golden green color and good size. Its fruity flavor is reminiscent of pineapple or mango. Very good table grape, but its unique and complex flavor also makes it an excellent juice grape. An early variety that is vigorous and productive. The vine is resistant to diseases. Rustic in zone 4, or in zone 3 with good snow cover in winter. With seed. For grape production, keep about 4 buds per new stem.
Dark blue grape for fresh consumption, juice and jelly. Plant in an area protected from the winds. Prune in November or after the hatching of the buds (when the leaves are well formed). In order to produce grapes, keep 4 buds per new stem. For ornamental use; control pruning only.
Small blue fruit, excellent for wine. Comes to maturity by the end of September. Plant in a deep and well drained soil in an area protected from the winds. Prune in November or after the hatching of the buds (when the leaves are well formed). In order to produce grapes, keep 4 buds per new stem. For ornamental use; control pruning only.
This variety bears blue fruits late in August. These are good for fresh consumption or for wine. Prune counting 2 buds from main stem, early in November. Plant in a sheltered area, away from cold winter winds. MUST be treated preventively with a fungicide (sulfate). In fall, protect the base of the plant with mulch.