Small Fruits

Fruit producing shrub with purplish blue berries used for fresh eating, pies and jams. Great for ornamental use with glossy green foliage that changes to a vivid orange to red fall colour. Good cold hardiness.

Lycium barbarum is a deciduous Shrub growing to 2.5 m (8ft) by 4 m (13ft) at a medium rate. It is in flower from June to August, and the berries ripen from Aug to October. The lilac purple flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by bees.

The Brunswick Blueberry is a variety that has small, sky blue berries that are firm and flavorful. It is a lowbush variety that makes a 1 - 2 feet dense ground cover if planted in groups. The beautiful densely foliaged plant turns brilliant red or orange in the fall. The flavor is similar to wild blueberries. Brunswick Blueberry was originally from Nova Scotia and grows vigorously in zones 3 - 6. It likes an organically rich, medium to wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade.

Wild Lowbush blueberries are a native fruit crop to Atlantic Canada, Quebec and the state of Maine. They are short in stature and unlike their Highbush cousins, may spread with underground stems. A mature planting can form a dense ground cover. Profuse white blooms yield small sized light blue fruit with the distinctive “wild” blueberry flavor. Annual pruning is not necessary but they respond well if two-thirds of the growth is sheared back every second or third year in late winter.


This cultivar is an incredibly hardy, everbearing strawberry that produces loads of juicy bright red fruit all summer long. Dainty white daisy-like flowers. Excellent for eating fresh, cooking, baking, as well as making jams and jellies. Self-pollinating.

Raspberry Shortcake® offers everyone a chance to enjoy raspberries in ways never conceived before – say goodbye to trellises and the need for big spaces! Best suited to patio pots, Raspberry Shortcake® is a true dwarf raspberry plant with a charming compact shape that loads up with full-sized, super sweet raspberries. Its thornless canes make picking fun and easy for adults and kids alike. Shortcake® grows to be 2-3' tall, will throw canes to fill any shape or sized pot, and does not need a companion pollinator.

Blueberry Glaze® is unlike any other blueberry variety. With its small stature and incredibly glossy dark green leaves, Blueberry Glaze is reminiscent of boxwood and can easily be sheared as such. The white with pink spring flowers beautifully contrast the deep foliage color. Small, little dark (almost black) berries present in little bundles mid-summer. The small berries have intense flavor much like the flavor of wild blueberries. With their deep flesh color, these berries pack a healthful punch with their antioxidant-rich qualities.  Hardy to zone 5.

Askola is a new female seaberry variety from Germany and was selected for its exceptionally high content of vitamin C and E, Askola fruit makes delicious and very nutritious juice. The abundant, deep orange berries ripen in late August. This is a vigorous and attractive shrub which can grow 10-12 ft. in height if not pruned. A male pollinator is required.

Leikora is a female Seaberry with an irregular growth habit. Its flowers are inconspicuous greenish brown in March and April, followed by juicy, yellow-orange fruits that have a very high vitamin C concentration. Great fruit yield. Needs a male pollinator.

Jelly Bean® is an absolute charmer in the landscape or in patio pots with its near perfect and natural spherical shape. Itis a little puff ball of a blueberry, but don’t let that make you think its berries will be small too. This little wonder is prolific - producing a bumper crop of large-sized, flavorful blueberries mid-summer. Jelly Bean’s spring color is vivid with bright (nearly lime) green. These greens give way to deeper shades of darker greens and reds.