A unique and tasty pie cherry from Minnesota. This self-fertile, naturally dwarf tree bears heavy crops of large, tasty, bright red fruit with red flesh and red juice. Northstar grows to 6-8 ft. in height and is hardy to minus 40°F. $25 1/2" caliper trees.
A cross of Butternut and Heartnut, this handsome, medium-size shade tree iproduces abundantcrops of tasty nuts. Buartnuts combine the hardiness and delicious flavor of Butternut with the high yields and easy to crack shell of the Heartnut. Trees are resistant to the Butternut fungalblight. $15 1'-2' seedlings.
A very pretty small shrub, Cherry Red bears heavy crops of beautiful, juicy, flavorful red berries. Great for fresh eating, Cherry Red Currants also make attractive and tasty jams and jellies. $12
An attractive new variety from Finland and with abundant, dark red, sweet, large, and deliciousberries. Thorny. $10
A unique cross of Gooseberry and Black Currant, Jostaberry is the most vigorous of all ourCurrant varieties. A very disease resistant and easy to grow small shrub, Jostaberry produces very large, jet black, sweet-tart fruit, high in Vitamin C and good for fresh eating and excellent for jams and jellies. Exceptionally large rooted bushes- $15
"Anna"- One of the most popular varieties for gardeners and commercial growers alike, Anna's attractive, very sweet and flavorful fruit can weigh up to 1/2 oz.
"Tatyana"- This exceptionally hardy female variety bears abundant crops of tasty, sweet, large,lime-green fruit.
$15 Each. Will require a male plant to fruit.
A Nitrogen Fixing Fruit bush! One of several superior varieties from a Soviet breeding program in Moscow, Botanica™ is prized for its abundant crops of very large and richly flavored, bright orange fruit. Botanica™ is a very reliable and productive variety. $15
Brighten your landscape with the bright, reddish-orange floral display of this new form of Flowering Currant. Mary's Peak™ produces profuse, striking, 3-4” long, fuchsia-like flower spikes. $15