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Evans Cherry Chowder (Smoothie)

25 / 01 / 18

Do you have an Evans Sour Cherry Tree, and are wondering what to do with all the fruit? Dr. Ieuen Evans has sent a recipe for Evans Cherry Chowder (Smoothie). If you don't have an Evans Cherry you could try this with our Dwarf Sour Cherries. If you try this let us know on our Facebook page.

New Trees and Shrubs Available

05 / 10 / 17

We are excited to announce that we have 3 new plants from Dr. Ieuan Evans, 16  new shelterbelt trees and shrubs.

New- Boreal Beast

20 / 09 / 17

The University of Saskatchewan's Fruit Program will be releasing a new Haskap in 2018. Boreal Beast is a late ripening cultivar with a firm fruit that averages 2.0g, and has an excellent flavor. Boreal Beast has a strongly upright growth habit, and is compatible with Boreal Beauty, and Boreal Blizzard.  

Haskap Days

07 / 06 / 17

We will be attending Haskap Days this summer, from July 19-22 at the University of Saskatchewan. Activities will include Haskap school with Dr. Bors, tour of the University of Saskatchewan’s Haskap fields including tasting of Haskaps, a research symposium, and touring of other Haskap farms organized by Haskap Canada. This will be a great learning opportunity for all who attend. Look for our booth during the tradeshow and our donation of Haskap plants to the silent auction or door prize. Haskap Days Extravaganza Haskap Days 2017 - Poster

Evans Sour Cherry

15 / 02 / 17

As of 2018 we will no longer be able to ship Evans Sour Cherry to our U.S. customers, as it will no longer be certified virus free. We will still have it available for our Canadian customers.

New-Boreal Beauty

16 / 11 / 16

Another new Haskap from the University of Saskatchewan's Fruit Program will be released in 2017. Boreal Beauty is a late ripening variety with heavy, firm berries that average 2.6g and can be as large as 3.7g. This variety also has strong upright branches making them suitable for mechanically harvesting. Read more here.

New-Boreal blizzard

20 / 07 / 16

Another new Haskap from the University of Saskatchewan's Fruit Program will be released in 2017. Boreal Beauty is a late ripening variety with heavy, firm berries that average 2.6g and can be as large as 3.7g. This variety also has strong upright branches making them suitable for mechanically harvesting.