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Blackberry and Raspberry (Berries, minor fruits and fruit trees)

We offer several cultivars of RUBUS type raspberry and blackberry plants which have been selected for their production and resistance and which are popular. The raspberry plants available are offered in early, mid-season and late season plants in their harvest period.

For U.S customers: Sorry, the majority of the fruit trees cannot be shipped to the United States due to restrictions by Agriculture Canada and USDA.

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Anne raspberry (Rubus idaeus) Anne raspberry (Rubus idaeus)
Anne raspberry (Rubus idaeus)

Late This sunshine-colored fruit has a unique flavor with hints of apricot. These large, sweet, firm berries will liven up tarts, jams and salads. They also freeze well. The hardy and productive plant bears in the first year. Cold-hardy and heat-tolerant. Fall-bearing (everbearing). Height: 2m Width:... more

Late This sunshine-colored fruit has a unique flavor with hints of apricot. These large, sweet, firm... more

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Autumn bliss raspberry (Rubus idaeus)
Autumn bliss raspberry (Rubus idaeus)

Produces a prodigality of large, perfectly sweet red raspberries. Late Coming to an edible landscape near you. Attractive, early-to-fruit, high-yielding 4-5’ shrubs produce a prodigality of large, perfectly sweet red raspberries. The bountiful berry harvest, preceded by a pretty show of five-petaled... more

Produces a prodigality of large, perfectly sweet red raspberries. Late Coming to an edible landscape... more

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Autumn Britten raspberry Autumn Britten raspberry
Autumn Britten raspberry

Early A very productive fall fruiting variety with average height canes and average suckering. Fruit is very big, very firm and good flavor and of medium red color. Very interesting variety for the size of fruit. Height: 1.5m Width: must be pruned, if not it spreads. Hardiness zone: 4 Exposure:... more

Early A very productive fall fruiting variety with average height canes and average suckering. Fruit is... more

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Black raspberry 'Jewel' (Rubus occidentalis) Black raspberry 'Jewel' (Rubus occidentalis)
Black raspberry 'Jewel' (Rubus occidentalis)

Early Raspberry tree that produces black and sweet fruits on its 2 years old stems. Very hardy and vigorous variety with attractive and very tasty black purple fruits. Less invasive than other raspberry bushes, it can produce in sun and semi-shade. In the spring, when the new shoots have reached 30'' in... more

Early Raspberry tree that produces black and sweet fruits on its 2 years old stems. Very hardy and... more

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Blackberry  'Black Satin' Blackberry  'Black Satin'
Blackberry 'Black Satin'

This thornless, heat tolerant blackberry is a prolific producer of deliciously sweet and juicy, deep blue-black berries - that can be harvested without getting pricked by thorns! Small, soft pink flowers appear on second year wood, the semi-erect canes yielding a reliable crop of large blackberries in midsummer.... more

This thornless, heat tolerant blackberry is a prolific producer of deliciously sweet and juicy, deep... more

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Blackberry 'Illini Hardy' RUBUS Blackberry 'Illini Hardy' RUBUS
Blackberry 'Illini Hardy' RUBUS

IN THE FIELD, CAN BE DELIVERED IN AUTUMN OR SPRING 2025 This variety (Illiny Hardy) of thormy BlackBerry is winter resistant. The fruit shrub is vigorous and its hardiness factor is -23 degrees Celsius. The fruit mature at the end of July. The Hardy Illiny produces an excellent crop of black, bright, juicy,... more

IN THE FIELD, CAN BE DELIVERED IN AUTUMN OR SPRING 2025 This variety (Illiny Hardy) of thormy... more

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Blackberry Chester Blackberry Chester
Blackberry Chester

A thornless blackberry that makes pretty white flowers in August and produces an abundance of large black fruits afterwards on the 2nd year wood, in sun to part shade. It produces long, tender stems each year that will produce the following year. When the young shoots of the year reach 1m in height, prune their top... more

A thornless blackberry that makes pretty white flowers in August and produces an abundance of large black... more

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Blackberry Hardy black Blackberry Hardy black
Blackberry Hardy black

IN THE FIELD, CAN BE DELIVERED IN AUTUMN OR SPRING 2025 This BlackBerry cultivar is a thorny and highly resistant variety, with a staggered yield season. The Hardy Black produces firm, succulent, juicy and sweet berries. Blackberry cultivation requires the installation of a structure that can support the... more

IN THE FIELD, CAN BE DELIVERED IN AUTUMN OR SPRING 2025 This BlackBerry cultivar is a thorny and... more

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Blackberry thornless 'Perron Noir'
Blackberry thornless 'Perron Noir'

Late variety with average hardiness. Long spineless canes with fair suckering. Blackberries are very large, very firm with good flavour. Winter protection of the canes is essential. Height : 1.5m Width : 2m Hardiness zone: 3 Exposition : Sun, half-shade.

Late variety with average hardiness. Long spineless canes with fair suckering. Blackberries are very large,... more

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Boyne raspberry
Boyne raspberry

Early/mid-season Excellent hardiness and excellent productivity. The canes are spiny, medium in height with strong suckering. Berries are small, dark red, with good firmness and good flavour. Acidic fruit with good cohesion, excellent for freezing. Height: 1.5m Width: 1.5m *Must be pruned ... more

Early/mid-season Excellent hardiness and excellent productivity. The canes are spiny, medium in height... more

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Boysenberry Boysenberry
Boysenberry

zone 4b The boysenberry is a cross among the European raspberry (Rubus idaeus), European blackberry (Rubus fruticosus), American dewberry (Rubus aboriginum), and loganberry (Rubus × loganobaccus). It is a large 8.0-gram (0.28 oz) aggregate fruit, with large seeds and a deep maroon color.

zone 4b The boysenberry is a cross among the European raspberry (Rubus idaeus), European blackberry (Rubus... more

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Bristol raspberry (Rubus occidentalis) Bristol raspberry (Rubus occidentalis)
Bristol raspberry (Rubus occidentalis)

Mid-season Good hardiness and good productivity. Stems are thorny, long and suckering is high. Raspberries are glossy black, large and flavorful. Care  : This fruit bush does best in deep, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. To improve fruit production, compost or a natural fertilizer can be... more

Mid-season Good hardiness and good productivity. Stems are thorny, long and suckering is high.... more

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Caroline raspberry
Caroline raspberry

Early Fall-bearing variety, earlier than the Heritage. Very productive and vigorous variety with big dark red fruit and very good flavor. Big sized fruit.  More tolerant to root rot. Height: 1.5m Width: Must be pruned, if not it spreads. Hardiness zone: 4 Exposure : Sun

Early Fall-bearing variety, earlier than the Heritage. Very productive and vigorous variety with big... more

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Fall Gold raspberry
Fall Gold raspberry

Golden yellow fruit in June and September. With white flower Practical advice : Plant 40 to 60 cm apart. After harvesting, cut back the branches that have borne fruit, as they will no longer produce. Tie up the stems in bundles in autumn to avoid the weight of the snow from shredding them. Add fertilizer... more

Golden yellow fruit in June and September. With white flower Practical advice : Plant 40 to 60 cm... more

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Heritage raspberry
Heritage raspberry

Late A productive variety with near spineless canes, medium in height with good suckering. Raspberries are medium in size, medium to dark red with excellent firmness and good flavour. For a summer crop, cut back canes partly after fall fruiting. Height: 1m Width: must be pruned, if not it spreads. ... more

Late A productive variety with near spineless canes, medium in height with good suckering. Raspberries... more

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Killarney raspberry Killarney raspberry
Killarney raspberry

Mid-season Excellent hardiness and excellent productivity. The canes are spiny, tall with strong suckering. Raspberries are small, medium to light red, with good firmness and good flavour. Very popular variety for fresh market and freezing. Height: 2m Width: must be pruned, if not spread. Hardiness... more

Mid-season Excellent hardiness and excellent productivity. The canes are spiny, tall with strong... more

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Kiwi gold raspberry
Kiwi gold raspberry

Late Very good productivity. Golden color, firm, sweet and tasty fruits. Likes fresh and well drained soils.  Height : 1.5m Width: Must be pruned, if not it spreads. Hardiness zone: 4 Exposure: Sun, half-shade.

Late Very good productivity. Golden color, firm, sweet and tasty fruits. Likes fresh and well drained... more

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Madawaska raspberry
Madawaska raspberry

Early Very good hardiness and very good productivity. The canes are relatively spiny, tall with strong suckering. Raspberries are large, dark red, with average firmness and good flavour. Interesting for the fresh market and freezing.  Self-fertile, but more abundant with cross-pollination. Planting... more

Early Very good hardiness and very good productivity. The canes are relatively spiny, tall with strong... more

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Mystery raspberry Mystery raspberry
Mystery raspberry

Unidentified raspberry bushes, variety unknown.

Unidentified raspberry bushes, variety unknown.

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Nova raspberry
Nova raspberry

Mid-late season Very good hardiness and very good productivity. The canes are very tall with little spines and good suckering. Raspberries are large, medium red with excellent firmness and good flavour. Resembles Festival but with more vigour and resistance to orange rust. Height: 1.25m Width: must be... more

Mid-late season Very good hardiness and very good productivity. The canes are very tall with little... more

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Pathfinder raspberry Pathfinder raspberry
Pathfinder raspberry

Mid-season A very productive remontant variety with short, thorny stems and very high suckering. The raspberries are large, very firm, light red and have good flavor. Often used in U-pick fields. The only variety with production in August. Good soil management and mites are essential to maximize the yield of... more

Mid-season A very productive remontant variety with short, thorny stems and very high suckering. The... more

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Polana raspberry
Polana raspberry

Mid-season Primocane variety with very high yields. Canes of medium height that bear large light red and firm fruit. Harvest starts just after Pathfinder and never stops. Excellent choice for tunnel production. Height: 2m Width: must be pruned, if not spread. Hardiness zone: 3 Exposure: Sun

Mid-season Primocane variety with very high yields. Canes of medium height that bear large light red... more

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Polka raspberry Polka raspberry
Polka raspberry

Mid-season Primocane raspberry of good yielding. Harvest starts after Polana bearing dark red fruits of excellent flavor. Height: 1.5m Width: Must be pruned, if not it spreads. Hardiness zone: 3 Exposure: Sun, half-shade.

Mid-season Primocane raspberry of good yielding. Harvest starts after Polana bearing dark red fruits of... more

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Prelude raspberry (Rubus idaeus) Prelude raspberry (Rubus idaeus)
Prelude raspberry (Rubus idaeus)

Early An early variety with good hardiness, with an occasional second harvest at the end of the season on the vegetative stem. Vigorous stem with few thorns. Round red to dark red fruit, good firmness and flavor. Height: 1.5 m Width: 1 m Exposure: sun/mid-shade Zone: 4

Early An early variety with good hardiness, with an occasional second harvest at the end of the season... more

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Purple-flowered raspberry (Rubus odoratus) Purple-flowered raspberry (Rubus odoratus)
Purple-flowered raspberry (Rubus odoratus)

Culture Grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Has good shade tolerance. Prune immediately after fruiting. Suitable for zone 3a. Noteworthy Characteristics Rubus odoratus is a native of Eastern North America. It is a deciduous, coarse, suckering shrub with cane-like... more

Culture Grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Has good shade... more

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Raspberry  'Double Gold' Raspberry  'Double Gold'
Raspberry 'Double Gold'

NEW Very productive variety with good hardiness. Fruit is very big, light yellow color and excellent flavor. Summer variety if canes are pruned in the fall or a fall fruiting variety if mowed down in the fall. Large fruit Outstanding flavor

NEW Very productive variety with good hardiness. Fruit is very big, light yellow color and excellent... more

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Red bounty raspberry Red bounty raspberry
Red bounty raspberry

Mid-season Excellent hardiness and productivity. Canes of medium vigor with spines and of medium suckering. Berries are deep red with good firmness and good flavor. Fruit size slightly larger than Boyne. Very hardy Height: 1.5m Width: Must be pruned, if not it spreads. Hardiness zone: 4 ... more

Mid-season Excellent hardiness and productivity. Canes of medium vigor with spines and of medium... more

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Red Mammoth raspberry(Rubus Idaeus) Red Mammoth raspberry(Rubus Idaeus)
Red Mammoth raspberry(Rubus Idaeus)

Mid-season Introduced by the University of Saskatchewan, the Mammoth raspberry provides rich red color, super sweet fruit 21.5mm in diameter and 27.5g in size. This variety is much more resistant to cold than the Boyne variety. It has high. Height: 1.5m Width: 1m Hardiness zone: 4 Flowering period:... more

Mid-season Introduced by the University of Saskatchewan, the Mammoth raspberry provides rich red color,... more

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Red Mulberry, Morus Rubra Red Mulberry, Morus Rubra
Red Mulberry, Morus Rubra

Morus rubra , commonly known as the Red Mulberry, is a specie of mulberry native to eastern North America. It is found from Ontario and Vermont in the north down to southern Florida, and west to southeast South Dakota and central Texas. Red Mulberry is a deciduous tree, growing to 10–15 m tall, rarely 20... more

Morus rubra , commonly known as the Red Mulberry, is a specie of mulberry native to eastern North... more

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Royalty Raspberry (Rubus occidentalis) Royalty Raspberry (Rubus occidentalis)
Royalty Raspberry (Rubus occidentalis)

Our perfect purple raspberry! Plant is vigorous, hearty and resistant to insects. Yields large, sweet berries with great flavor. Fruit never fades, even when canned or frozen. Cold-hardy. Late-summer bearing. Ripens in August. Self-pollinating. Height: 1.5m Width: must be pruned, if not it spreads. ... more

Our perfect purple raspberry! Plant is vigorous, hearty and resistant to insects. Yields large, sweet... more

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White mulberry, morus alba White mulberry, morus alba
White mulberry, morus alba

The white mulberry is a small tree grown for its glossy foliage and globular habit with a spreading crown. It is an ornamental tree that is used alone in medium to large gardens. The deciduous leaves are oval, toothed, ribbed and shiny and turn yellow in the fall. The small edible fruits are pink, dark red, white or... more

The white mulberry is a small tree grown for its glossy foliage and globular habit with a spreading crown.... more

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