Small purple star flowers appear along the new stems in summer, followed by large oblong red berries, which are very nutritious. The plant continues to flower and produce fruit until the first good frost. The berries can be eaten fresh; they can also be cooked or dried. Easy to grow, we suggest staking the plant to make it easier to reach the fruits. Prune in early spring, if necessary. Self-fertile.
Small shiny red berries, slightly sweetened and slightly acid. At the beginning of summer, it is adorned with small violet and white flowers in star, replaced in September by berries, not less decorative ... Can be grown in pot.
This “Superfruit” is juicy and sweet when eaten fresh, or can be dried or frozen! Very high in antioxidants! 'Firecracker' has brilliant-red berries. It is earlier to fruit and has a heavy production. The blooms are purple/white in early summer and then turn into scarlet red fruit in the fall. Self-pollinating. Flowering begins in the 2nd year, with maximum fruit production in the 4th or 5th year.
These Heirlooms bear fruits that are similar to the shape of a heart, a strawberry or a top.The big red-pink fruits are very tasty and delicious in a salad. Good for slicing. The flesh is scrumptious. Can be stuffed or eaten fresh; enhance flavor to sauces.
These pink semi double flowers reminded us of cherry blossoms and “Sakura” means “cherry blossoms” in Japanese.The thick waxy green foliage transforms to deep red tones in winter. Grows in all kind of soil.
This dwarf, shrub-form birch offers season-long interest with tiny yellow leaves that emerge in sunset hues of orange and red. Adaptable to pruning, it can be shaped, sheared, hedged, used as a miniature patio tree, or left to its own appealing natural habit. Exceptionally hardy.