Tall birch with great ornamental value for large spaces. It features green foliage during summer, turning yellow in fall. Its salmon pink bark is very attractive in winter, peeling freely like paper birch bark. The species is bronze birch borer resistant. Use as a specimen in humid and heavy soils.
Bill Reid is the newest member of the Canadian Artists Rose series. This shrub rose offers yellow flowers on a disease resistant, vigorous plant with an olive green foliage.Very floriferous and tolerates Canadian winter conditions.
"Three varieties of Blueberry are grouped together in a same pot allowing the possibility of harvesting at three different periods during the season. BluecroP’: large light blue fruits, firm and fragrant, early August. PatrioT’: big, firm, tasty fruits, in July. LibertY’: tasty firm fruits in September. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. A spring application of acidic fertiliser is well recommmended the year after the plantation. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended. "
July-August crop of pale blue, medium size berries. They are relished by birds. For fresh consumption, frozen or in jam. Great fall colouration, ranging from orange to red. Needs a constantly fresh soil, but not damp. Needs an acid PH so use compost instead of manure. Plant 1,25m apart.
Cluster of about 20 medium blue fruits. The fruit has a diameter of 1.3 cm with the typical flavour of blueberry. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. A spring application of acidic fertiliser is well recommmended the year after the plantation. Needs a fresh, poor and well drained soil. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended. You MUST plant two different varieties to get a good pollination.
Magnificent blueberry cultivated both for its appearance and for its fruits. It first produces lovely white flowers in spring, followed by many delicious berries. Its foliage, initially dark burgundy, turns burgundy green, then finishes the season with a blazing red in the fall.
This small shrub (of BrazelBerries collection) produces a bumper crop of large, flavorfull blueberries mid-summer with super-sweet flavor like homemade blueberry jelly. Perfect for small areas, hedges or for a patio or balcony container.
Part of this hybrid shrub's appeal is the striking contrast between its unripened mango red berries and its clusters of mature inky black sweet berries. While Nocturne is self-fertile, planting it near other blueberries helps promote cross-pollination and results in heavier yields. Berries may be harvested late in summer and while they are not quite firm enough to tolerate storage or shipping, they are great fresh