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Erntesegan

Very productive variety of lingonberry, with vigorous, upright growth. Plants grow 12 to 15 inches (31 to 38 cm) tall, and leaves are dark green. Berries are very large (0.41 gram) and are a bright dark red. The berries grow on the branch tips. The best tasting variety of lingonberries.  Ideal for flower beds.

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Hinnomaki red

Shrubs  3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm)  in height. Very hardy and productive variety with resistance to oidium. Production in mid-July of large translucent  red coloured fruit with smooth skin and juicy and tangy flesh. Delicious chewable, bays are ideal for jams, pies, or frozen.

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Invicta

Shrub 3-4 feet (90 - 120 cm) in height. Very productive and Hardy, disease-resistant variety. Harvest in mid July large white, firm and juicy fruits are well flavoured and can be eaten 'nature' or cooked into jams or frozen.

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Kiwi Issai

A superfruit loaded with antioxidants

Compact growth, foliage will need trelisng. Good hardiness in southern regions, minimal pruning needed. Good tolerance to diseases and changing climatic conditions. One plant can bear many kilograms of fruit. Harvest will take place in late summer-early fall. Fruit size equivalent to a large table grape, smooth-skinned and sweet berries that can be harvested easily. Self-fertile plant with perfumed flowers.

Yield will benefit from a second plant polination.

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Kiwi Nordic TM

Very hardy and vigorous plants !

Nordic is part of the Kolomiktas family, originates from Siberia, and developed in Quebec therefor offers hardiness adapted for Northern regions. Nordic and Sylvia being both from the same family must be paired with a ratio of at least 1 male (Nordic) for 1 to 8 females (Sylvia).

Hight of plants can vary from 3 to 5 meters, branches will need tutoring and minimal pruning needed. Very good tolerance to diseases and changing climatic conditions. One plant can bear many kilograms of fruit. Harvest will take place in late summer-early fall. Fruit size equivalent to a large table grape, smooth-skinned and sweet berries that can be harvested easily.

Nordic and Sylvia are an incomparable duo!

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Kiwi Sylvia TM

Very hardy and vigorous plants !

Sylvia is part of the Kolomiktas family, originates from Siberia and developed in Quebec, therefor offering hardiness adapted for Northern regions. Sylvia and Nordic being both from the same family must be paired with a ratio of at least 1 male (Nordic) for 1 to 8 females (Sylvia).

Hight of plants can vary from 3 to 5 meters, branches will need tutoring and minimal pruning needed. Very good tolerance to diseases and changing climatic conditions. One plant can bear many kilograms of fruit. Harvest will take place in late summer-early fall. Fruit size equivalent to a large table grape, smooth-skinned and sweet berries that can be harvested easily.

Sylvia and Nordic are an incomparable a duo

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Pink Champagne

Compact shrub 3-5 feet (90 - 150 cm) in height. Good hardiness, mid-July harvest, very good production of pink champagne coloured fruit
Less tart  than red currants  but also rich in antioxidants. The fruit can be frozen or even use in your homemade recipes.

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Rovada

Shrub 3 to 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) in height. Good hardiness, fruit arrive in mid-July with a very good production of small clusters of clear red berries. The fruit can be frozen or even use in your homemade jams.  Rich in antioxidants

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Sutton

One the most productive variety

Sutton is a seedless rhubarb with heavy yields of solid quality stems. Also known as Suttons Seedless this rhubarb is a mid-season cropper, best harvested in May or perhaps June in the North.

The ideal soil for rhubarb is neutral to slightly acidic; it will tolerate quite acidic soil, but yields will be smaller. The Sutton rhubarb is a big plant so plant about 110 cm apart in a sunny position as rhubarb hates the shade.

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Valentine

Good tasting and ornemental!

Large stems, excellent for home gardeners, long bright red stems, dark red petioles that retain their color when cooked. Vigorous, known for its red petioles and the production of few or no flower stalks.

Tender, chewy but firm and has a slight rhubarb taste, slightly acidic and slightly bitter.

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