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ACTINIDIA ISSAI

An ornamental, bearing tasty fruit (Mini Kiwi) climber that will adorn any garden. A self-pollinating cultivar producing fruits, ripen in October. The fruits are up to 1.5'' long, smooth skinned, sweet. It starts yielding fruit in the second, third year after planting.They can cover trellises, arbors, or fences, or serve as a screen for porches.

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AMELANCHIER ALN. HONEYWOOD

This bushy shrub with an upright habit produces big, tasty berries, grouped in clusters of about 15 berries. Trim after flowering to limit expansion. Great subject for berry production; excellent in bird gardens. Very good for jelly, jam and pie.

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ASCLEPIAS TUBEROSA

Asclepias tuberosa will spice up your summer perennial show and the transitional fall colors of the seed pods are a definite bonus! Nice orange flower attractive to butterflies. Needs a dry and poor soil, well drained.

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BLEUET CABERNET SPLASH

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.

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BLEUET NORTHBLUE

Very tasty and firm large deep blue fruit. Very hardy and compact plant. Nice vivid red foliage in fall. Northblue blueberries is a self-pollinating cultivar. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. A spring application of acidic fertilizer is well recommmended the year after the plantation. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended.

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BLEUET PATRIOT

In July, this variety produces a large quantity of big, firm, tasty fruits. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. A spring application of acidic fertilizer is well recommmended the year after the plantation. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended. Pollinate with another variety.

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CERISIER BING

Big, sweet, quality fruits with burgundy red flesh, firm and juicy. End of July crop. Good for cooking, but can also be eaten straight off the tree. 'Bing' cherry tree requires cross-pollination with any other sweet cherry to produce fruits. For winter, install tree-guard on the trunk to prevent splitting and rodent damages. This sweet cherry should be planted in a sheltered area, away from cold winter winds.

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CERISIER COMPACT STELLA

Miniature version of the Stella cherry tree. '' Compact Stella '' produces abundantly tasty, sweet and bright cherries. This tree is planted in the garden, but it will also do well in a spacious planter. From the second year after planting, you can start harvesting your first fruits.

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CERISIER CRIMSON PASSION

Dark red fruit, 6 g. Highest sugar content, up to 22 brix. Excellent fresh eating cherry, good for processing. Can produce up to 10 kg of fruits after 5 years. Very hardy and resistant. All dead branches must be eliminated to prevent diseases. For young plants, a regular supply of water is required, mainly in drought periods. For winter, install tree-guard on the trunk to prevent splitting and rodent damages.

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CERISIER CUPIDON

Bright dark red cherry, Good quality. Vigorous shrub. High sugar content – more than 19 brix (6.5g). Stones are easy to remove. Slight suckering. All dead branches must be eliminated to prevent diseases. For young plants, a regular supply of water is required, mainly in drought periods. Install tree-guard on the trunk in fall. SELF FERTILE.

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