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Blueberry – BlueCrop

Picture Not AvailableGlossy green leaves, white flowers and light blue delicious fruit. Blueberries prefer an acidic soil, mulch with peat moss.  Blueberries are self pollinating, but yields are increased when two or more varieties are planted together.
Common NameBlueCrop BlueberryBotanical NameVaccinum corymbosum 'Bluecrop'
Height1.5 mSpread1.2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 4Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourOrange, Yellow and Red
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Blueberry – Duke

Picture Not AvailableVery popular Blueberry. Large light blue sweet berries. Blueberries are self pollinating, but yields are higher with one or two other varieties.
Common NameDuke BlueberryBotanical NameVaccinum corymbosum 'Duke'
Height1.5 mSpread0.75 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 4Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourOrange, Yellow and Red
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Blueberry – North Sky

Picture Not AvailableSmall sky blue fruit with a sweet flavor. Dark green foliage turns red in fall. Requires moist, acidic soil.
Common NameNorth Sky BlueberryBotanical NameVaccinum 'North sky'
HeightSpread1 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Cherry – Carmine Jewel Shrub

Picture Not AvailableA sour cherry introduction from the University of Saskatchewan. Clusters of white flowers produce dark red tart fruit. Good for jams and pies. Self pollinating.
Common NameCarmine Jewel CherryBotanical NamePrunus x kerrasis 'Carmine Jewel'
Height2 - 2.5 mSpread1 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Cherry – Evans Sour Shrub

Cherry – Evans Sour ShrubSelf pollinating cherry that originated in the Edmonton area. Semi-sweet fruit good for canning, jams, pies and eating. Fruit gets sweeter the longer it remains on the tree. Shrub and tree form available.
Common NameEvans Sour Cherry ShrubBotanical NamePrunus cerasus
Height3 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
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Cherry – Juliet Shrub

Picture Not AvailableUniversity of Saskatchewan hybrid. Earliest bloomer of romance series. Dark red sour cherry with high yields make excellent jam or pies. Shrub or tree form
Common NameJuliet Cherry ShrubBotanical NamePrunus Kerrasis 'SK Juliet'
Height2.2 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage Colour
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Cherry – Nanking

Picture Not AvailableWhite flowers in spring are followed by bright red edible small fruit. Upright spreading, medium textured, deeply veined light green foliage.
Common NameNanking CherryBotanical NamePrunus tomentosa
Height2 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourLight Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Chokeberry – Autumn Magic Black

Chokeberry – Autumn Magic BlackUpright, multi-stemmed shrub with suckers. Whiteflowers in the spring. Small, round dark purple to black edible berries in the fall. Beautiful fall foliage colours. Can withstand moist soil. Prune after flowering in spring.
Common NameAutumn Magic Black ChokeberryBotanical NameAronia melanocarpa 'Autumn Magic'
Height1.25 mSpread1.25 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourRed & Orange
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitOval Dense
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Chokecherry – Western

Picture Not AvailableLarge native shrub with clusters of white flowers in spring following by dark purple chokecherries. Can be used for naturalization and reclamation
Common NameWestern ChokecherryBotanical NamePrunus virginiana 'Melanocarpa'
Height5 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Cranberry – American Highbush

Picture Not AvailableOutstanding hardy shrub with lobed leaves. White flowers in late May. Deep red fall foliage and scarlet red edible berries in fall.  Berries make excellent jelly. Prefers well-drained soil, but tolerates many soil conditions.
Common NameAmerican Highbush CranberryBotanical NameViburnum trilobum
Height3 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen tinged red
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourDark Red
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
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Cranberry – Low Bush

Picture Not AvailableThis native and hardy Cranberry offers a spring display of white flowers followed by scarlet fruit in fall. Leaves turn scarlet red in fall. An excellent plant for smaller spaces. Lovely rounded shape. Prefers well-drained soil, but tolerates many soil conditions.
Common NameLow Bush CranberryBotanical NameViburnum edule
Height0.9 mSpread1.2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDeep Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourVibrant Red
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitRounded
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Currant – Ben Nevis Black

Picture Not AvailableCompact green leaf shrub. Edible black berries good for jams/jellies or wine. Susceptible to mildew needs air circulation
Common NameBen Nevis Black CurrantBotanical NameRibes nigrum
Height2 mSpread1 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
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Currant – Black

Currant – BlackAbundant tart black fruit good for pies or jam. Ripens from June to August. Self pollinating. Fruit produced on new wood. Best planted in moist, rich soil with a pH 6.5 - 7.5.
Common NameBlack CurrantBotanical NameRibes nigrum
Height1 - 1.25 mSpread1 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourReddish tones
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Currant – Golden Flowering

Currant – Golden FloweringShowy, fragrant yellow tubular shaped flowers in May. Upright rounded form with arching branches. Hardy landscape plant that grows in most conditions. Great fall colour.  
Common NameGolden Flowering CurrantBotanical NameRibes aureum
Height1.5 - 2 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourYellowFall ColourScarlet Red
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Currant – Josta Berry

Picture Not AvailableCross of three fruit species. Black Currant - Black Gooseberry -European Gooseberry. Pronounced Yust-a berry. Flavour is mix of grape, blueberry and kiwi. Requires well drained soil
Common NameJosta CurrantBotanical NameRibes
Height1.25 mSpread1.25 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 4Foliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Currant – Red Lake

Picture Not AvailableClusters of red berries in summer. Excellent for preserves. Susceptible to mildew and needs good air circulation.
Common NameRed Lake CurrantBotanical NameRibes sativum 'Red Lake'
Height1.25 mSpread1 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitRounded
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Goji Berry

Picture Not AvailablePurple tubular flowers produce bright orange red edible berries that are packed with nutrients and anti-oxidants. Self pollinating . A large shrubs with long vine like branching. Requires full sun and well drained soil.
Common NameGoji BerryBotanical NameLycium barbarum
Height2.5 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourPurpleFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Gooseberry – Native

Picture Not AvailableDwarf shrub with yellow green fruit. Self pollinating. Foliage is dark green, lobed and turns red in the fall. Prickly stems. Tolerant of most conditions.
Common NameNative GooseberryBotanical NameRibes oxycanthoides
Height.75 mSpread.75 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourRed
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Honeyberry (Haskap) – Boreal Beast

Picture Not AvailableA pollinator cultivar from the Boreal Variety.  Juicy elongated light blue berries in early summer.  Bird netting is highly recommended as once berries are ripe they are a favourite of the birds.
Common NameBoreal Beast Honeyberry (Haskap)Botanical NameLonicera caerulea "Boreal beast'
Height2.5 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourLight Green
Flower ColourYellowFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Honeyberry (Haskap) – Combination

Picture Not AvailableA combination of Tundra, Borealis and Polar Jewel Honeyberries all in one pot!  These are designed to be planted in the same area for pollination. Hardy and easy to grow these delicious berries are high in Anti Oxidants and other healthy benefits!
Common NameCombination Honeyberry (Haskap)Botanical NameLonicera caerulea kamtschatica 'Combo'
Height1 mSpread1 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourLight Green
Flower ColourCreamy YellowFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitRounded
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Honeyberry (Haskap) – Polar Jewel

Picture Not AvailableCompact shrub with small cream colored flowers in spring followed by attractive tasty edible berries in summer.Heavy producer. A pollinator for Borealis and Tundra. Prefers a moist well drained location.
Common NamePolar Jewel Honeyberry (Haskap)Botanical NameLonicera caerulus 'Polar jewel'
Height1.25 mSpread1.25 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourLight Green
Flower ColourCreamy YellowFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitRounded
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Honeyberry (Haskap) – Tundra

Picture Not AvailableCompact shrub with small cream colored flowers in spring followed by attractive tasty edible blue, oblong berries in summer. Pollinate with Berry Blue. Prefers a moist well drained location. High in Anti-Oxidants. Hardy and easy to grow.
Common NameTundra Honeyberry (Haskap)Botanical NameLonicera caerulus 'Tundra'
Height1.25 mSpread1.25 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourLight Green
Flower ColourCreamy YellowFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
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Raspberry – Boyne

Picture Not AvailableLightly fragrant, slightly double, white blooms throughout the summer. Dark green foliage is disease resistant. Prefers moist, well drained, sunny locations. Produces large sweet juicy ruby red fruit in summer on 2 year old canes. Self pollinating. Plant in deep, well-drained, fertile soil.
Common NameBoyne RaspberryBotanical NameRubus idaeus
Height1.5 - 2 mSpread1.25 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Raspberry – Fall Gold

Picture Not AvailableSame delicious sweet taste of the red varieties but with a golden color. Prune in late fall as they typically produce fruit on first-year wood. Plant in deep, well-drained, fertile soil. Self pollinating.
Common NameFall Gold RaspberryBotanical NameRubus idaeus
Height1 mSpread1.25 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGolden Yellow
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Raspberry – Heritage

Picture Not AvailablePrimocane variety with medium size berries. Excellent for eating fresh or preserving. Canes can be pruned back every year.
Common NameHeritage RaspberryBotanical NameRubus idaeus 'Heritage'
Height1 mSpread1 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 4Foliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Raspberry – Native

Picture Not AvailableHardy native shrub with small edible berries In summer. Self pollinating. Used mainly for reclamation.
Common NameNative RaspberryBotanical NameRubus parvifolius
Height1 mSpread.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Sandcherry – Western

Picture Not AvailableNative shrub with gray green foliage. White flowers in spring followed by black ornamental fruit. Can be used as a plum pollinator. Prefers full sun and well drained soil.
Common NameWestern SandcherryBotanical NamePrunus besseyi
Height1.5 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreyish-Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourOrange
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Saskatoon – Native

Picture Not AvailableGood ornamental shrub or multi stem small tree. White flowers in spring producing edible blue fruit in midsummer. Begins to produce fruit in the third year. Full sun and well drained location for maximum production. Self pollinating.
Common NameNative SaskatoonBotanical NameAmelanchier alnifolia
Height3 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourOrange to Red
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Saskatoon – Smoky

Picture Not AvailableMedium blue berries in mid summer. Self pollinating.   Excellent for pies or preserves or eating fresh. Prefers well drained soil.
Common NameSmoky SaskatoonBotanical NameAmelanchier alnifolia "Smoky'
Height2.5 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Saskatoon – Thiessen

Picture Not AvailableGood ornamental shrub or multi stem small tree. White flowers in spring producing edible purplish-blue berries. Full sun and well drained location for maximum production. Self pollinating.
Common NameThiessen SaskatoonBotanical NameAmelanchier alnifolia 'Thiessen'
Height3 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall ColourOrange to Red
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Sea Buckthorn

Picture Not AvailableRugged upright spreading leggy, yet still attractive tall shrub with bright orange fruit and grey foliage. Fruit lasts into winter for interesting contrast in landscape. Both male and female plants needed for seed production. Requires sun and well drained soil. Fruit can be used for jelly.
Common NameSea BuckthornBotanical NameHippophae rhamnoides
Height4 - 5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourSilver Gray
Flower ColouryellowFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
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Sea Buckthorn – Askola

Picture Not AvailableCompact female cultivar of Sea Buckthorn. Fast growing, silvery willow like leaves. Drought tolerant.
Common NameAskola Sea BuckthornBotanical NameHippophae rhamnoides 'Askola'
Height2 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourSilver
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Sea Buckthorn – Hikul

Picture Not AvailableRounded smaller sized sea buckthorn shrub with fine silver foliage. Extremely tolerant of dry, alkaline soils; this is a male variety so it doesn't produce fruit but can be used as a pollinator for fruiting varieties
Common NameHikul Sea BuckthornBotanical NameHippophae rhamnoides 'Hikul'
Height1.8 mSpread1.8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourSilver
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
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Sea Buckthorn – PollMix

Picture Not AvailableLarge, upright shrub with small yellow flowers on spiky branches. Male plant that can pollinate several females. Drought tolerant, prefers well drained soil.
Common NamePollMix Sea BuckthornBotanical NameHippophae rhamnoides 'Pollmix'
Height5 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourSilver
Flower ColourYellowFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
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Serviceberry – Standing Ovation™

Picture Not AvailableNarrow upright growth habit makes this a great large shrub to provide screening. White flowers in spring produce blue fruit in midsummer that are fair for eating, jams or pies. Fruit is not as big or prolific as regular Saskatoons. Begins to produce fruit in the third year. Full sun and well drained location for maximum production. Self pollinating. First Editions plant.
Common NameStanding Ovation™ ServiceberryBotanical NameAmelanchier alnifolia 'Obelisk'
Height3 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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