Fresh, delicious blueberries in your own backyard.
NEW this year - handmade cedar planters, in three sizes, sold individually or in packages with bushes peat, mulch and fertilizer. Great idea for Mother and Father's Day or a perfect housewarming gift!
We specilaize in blueberries, but also have some other delicious edibles - including Haskaps and Cherries!
Not only are blueberries recognized as a superfruit – high in antioxidants, slowing the effects of aging and improving overall health – but blueberry bushes are also an excellent addition to any landscape. Click here to learn more about the benefits of blueberries.
Highbush blueberries are hardy plants that require little maintenance and provide a lifetime of ornamental value and edible enjoyment. Blueberries prefer to grow in well-drained, acidic soils (pH between 3.5 and 5.5) that are high in organic matter. A very small portion of the world is naturally suitable for growing blueberries.
Cultural practices are available to allow for blueberry planting virtually anywhere. While there is a bit of work involved initially, it is well worth it considering the potential 30-50+year lifespan of blueberry bushes. Click here to learn more about planting blueberries.
Plant blueberries in your backyard to enjoy three seasons of spectacular colours, & bring the ‘fruits of your labour’ to the table!
|Showy white blossoms in Spring||Bold green foliage and deep blue berries in Summer|
|Fiery red, orange or purple leaves through Fall|
Click here to learn about our blueberry bush pricing and packages.
Haskaps have a unique fresh raspberry/blueberry flavour. They are the first fruit crop to ripen each season (late May/earlyJune). The fruit is a similar colour to blueberries, but in an elongated oval shape. Haskap berries are high in vitamin C and a great source of antioxidants.
The plants are very hardy and can be grown all the way to zone 2. The blossoms can withstand below freezing temperatures.
Production: Haskaps will produce up to 10 pounds of berries when mature. Bushes have been known to last up to 30 years.
Two varieties are required for cross-pollination.
Commonly known as ‘sour cherries’, the newest varieties are sweet and tasty, great for fresh eating or processing, and produce 20+ pounds of fruit!
Dwarf cherry bushes are very hardy and can be grown all the way to zone 2.
The bushes are self-pollinating. Different varieties represent different colour, flavour and time of ripening (late July to mid-late August).
Click here for a map and directions to our farm. We look forward to seeing you!