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‘Alaska Mix’ Nasturtium Transplants

$4.00

Green-and-white variegated foliage. Improved strain of brilliant, single, 2″ flowers in yellow, crimson, orange, salmon and cherry. Compact, mound-shaped plants. Also known as garden nasturtium and Indian cress.

4-pack

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‘Albion’ Strawberry

$2.50$6.50

Albion produces very large and conical, bright red fruit that are more firm than Seascape. Performs well in our hot, dry climate. Would say it edges out Seascape in taste now that we have trialled it for 3 years; is more similar to the June-bearing cultivars in flavour.

 

Available as; Bareroot crowns (5/Pack) or 2″ Potted Individual Plants

 

SAVE 20% when purchasing 2″ potted plants in multiples of 10

ONLY Bareroot Crowns qualify for Mail Order Shipping

 

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‘Alkindus’ Butterhead Lettuce Transplants

$4.00

Uniform, reliable, attractive red butterhead. Darker red and shinier than other red butterheads. Alkindus performs well in spring, summer, and fall. Smaller, more dense heads in the spring and larger, less dense heads in the summer. Great disease package!

4-pack Potted

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‘All Blue’ Organic Seed Potato

$10.00

All Blue is a mid-season heirloom potato with a deep blue/purple skin and blue/purple flesh. Excellent flavour however you use it! Very drought tolerant.

 

Certified Organic Certified Seed Potato Stock; Grown in Alberta

 

1Kg Bagged

 

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‘Allegheny’ Pawpaw

$55.00

Very productive and flavorful, Allegheny features large fruit (up to 1/2 lb.) and delicious, sweet, creamy-yellow flesh. Allegheny appears to be the earliest ripening of the Peterson Pawpaw™ varieties. Try this North American native fruit!

#2 Potted

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‘Allstar’ Peach

$30.00$65.00

Naturally compact habit producing large, round, firm, red fruits with yellow flesh. Nearly fuzzless! Excellent for canning!

Bareroot or Potted.

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‘Amarosa’ Organic Seed Potato

$10.00

Amarosa is a mid-season fingerling potato with a smooth bright red skin and deep red flesh. These creamy nutritious fingerlings are great for baking, roasting, and grilling. Amarosa also makes fantastically colourful potato chips as they retain their bright red colour when fried.

Certified Organic Certified Seed Potato Stock; Grown in Alberta

1Kg Bagged

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‘Ambrosia’ Apple (B9 Dwarf)

$30.00$60.00

Clear red blush covers 70-90% of the fruit. Clean smooth skin with no russeting. Crisp, juicy flesh with pleasing sub-acid flavour. Grafted on B9 dwarf rootstock. Bareroot or Potted

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‘Ambrosia’ Apple (G202 Semi-dwarf)

$30.00$60.00

Clear red blush covers 70-90% of the fruit. Clean smooth skin with no russeting. Crisp, juicy flesh with pleasing sub-acid flavour. Grafted on G202 semi-dwarf rootstock. Bare-root or Potted!

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‘Ambrosia’ Apple (Nic29 Dwarf)

$30.00$60.00

Clear red blush covers 70-90% of the fruit. Clean smooth skin with no russeting. Crisp, juicy flesh with pleasing sub-acid flavour. Grafted on M9 NIC29 dwarf rootstock. Bare-root or Potted!

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‘Amity’ Raspberry

$12.00$25.00

Large fall yields of dark red fruits into the late summer. Perfect flavour for juicing, freezing and canning.

Bare-root bundles (5) and #1 potted

Bare-root bundles qualify for shipping!

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‘Anjou’ Pear (OHxF87 Semi-dwarf)

$35.00$65.00

Large conical short-necked light yellow and green fruit, some russeting. Flesh is light yellow, fine-textured, sweet, aromatic and juicy. Fruit can be stored well into winter!

Bareroot or Potted

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‘Apocalypse Scorpion’ Pepper Transplant

$6.00

One of the world’s hottest peppers! Ugly, but beautiful warted fruit sure packs a punch! This punishing pepper was developed by the Italian Pepper Lovers’ Association. Thanks to over 5 gruelling years of breeding for intense heat, this super hot scorpion type pepper stands a chance to be a record-breaker! CAUTION: EXTREMELY HOT!

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‘Arapaho’ Blackberry

$15.00

Large, deep blue-black berries; excellent for jams, jellies, pies and fresh eating; vigorous, semi-erect canes; can produce 10-15 pounds of berries per bush; ripens late August to September. Almost forgot to mention their best feature; Thornless!

 

Available as: #01 Potted Individual Plants

 

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‘Aroma Chili’ Pepper Transplant

$4.00

This variety originated in Peru. Very hot spicy-citrus flavour with a Habanero fruit flavour undertone. Shiny multi-coloured fruits ripen from light purple to creamy orange to red. SHU 150,000.

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‘ARP’ Rosemary

$20.00

‘ARP’ Rosemary has an erect habit with gray-green, needle-like leaves. As this culinary herb matures, the stems develop into woody limbs, which are often used to skewer meats and vegetables to infuse the foods with flavour. Perhaps the hardiest of all varieties, it will reach 36″ to 48″ and widths of 18″ to 24″. ‘Arp’ makes a terrific informal hedge and will release its lemony pine-like scent when you brush past it. Hardy to zone 5-6.

#1 Potted

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‘Askola’ Sea Buckthorn [Female]

$20.00

This female cultivar of Sea Buckthorn features fine silver foliage all season and edible orange berries in fall and winter, selected for high yields, rich in Vitamins A, C (about 7 times more than lemons) & E, antioxidants and omega 3 oils. Don’t just focus on the fruit though, the leaves can be dried and used for tea! This is a vigorous and attractive shrub that can grow 10-12 ft. in height if not pruned. Tolerant of alkaline and salty soil, and very cold hardy. Needs a male pollinizer for fruit set.

During the Cold War, East Germany used them as a healthful substitute for orange juice. The fruit is also unique for its oil content, which is used as a treatment for burns and skin diseases as well as for ulcers and other illnesses. You will often see Sea Buckthorn as an ingredient in many nutritional supplements and cosmetics. Sea Buckthorn berries can also be processed into fruit leather, purees and jams. Harvest out fruit by hand or by cutting off the fruit-laden branches and freezing them. The frozen berries can easily be shaken off and, after thawing, make great juice and preserves. Like cranberry juice, Sea Buckthorn juice is usually diluted with up to 70% water.

 

 

Available as; #01 Potted

 

SEA-BUCK TRIO: SAVE 15% when you purchase one of each of the #01 potted Askola, Leikora and Male Sea Buckthorns!

 

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‘Astro’ Arugula Transplants

$4.00

Astro produces a plant with leaves that are less lobed and more strap-like. It has a milder flavour than wild arugula. With a nutty, spicy taste that is sometimes pungent or peppery, arugula really perks up salads, sandwiches, and even pizza.

4-pack Potted

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‘Autumn Magic’ Aronia

$15.00

Rich, sweet-tart flavour. This spreading ornamental shrub yields berries packed with pectin, and high in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Great for wine, jams, and smoothies. Blueberry-sized berries are sweet and astringent when eaten fresh. Fruit is astringent and may not appeal to everyone’s tastes. White, sweet-scented five-petal blooms appear in spring along with fine-toothed foliage that turns a fiery-red in fall, creating a welcome ornamental addition to your landscape. Pest- and disease-resistant. Cold hardy. Ripens in September. Self-pollinating. Native to North America. Also known as “Chokeberry”.

 

Available as: #01 potted

 

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‘Barracuda Poblano’ Pepper Transplant

$4.00

This medium to large-sized pepper has great fruit quality that maintains size throughout the season. Barracuda is a vigorous plant with uniform fruits that will turn red if left on the vine to mature further. A mild hot pepper that can be used fresh like a bell or more commonly stuffed for “chili relleno”

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‘Bartlett’ Pear (OHxF87 Semi-dwarf)

$30.00$65.00

The #1 pear worldwide! First introduced in 1797, this multi-purpose pear is a long-standing favourite of orchard growers and fruit gardeners alike. . Fruit features a smooth, firm texture and a juicy, spicy taste. Harvest in late August. Susceptible to fire blight. Requires cross-pollination with another pear to set fruit!

3/8 calliper Bareroot or Potted

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‘Basil’ Mint Transplants

$4.00

The scent is quite unique, a sweet and spicy mint fragrance somewhat reminiscent of aromas associated with Italian cooking. In keeping with this Italian link, the Basil Mint may also be called ‘Bastardo’. We recommend planting in containers to prevent these vigorous plants from becoming invasive.

2″ Potted

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‘Beauregard’ Sweetpotato Slips

$10.50$34.00

‘Beauregard’ is a very widely grown and popular variety with dark red-orange skin and moist, sweet, orange flesh. Considered an early variety, Beauregard is capable of producing large, blocky roots that store well.

Ordering will become available early March each year.

Slips will be available for pick up and shipping in late May to June, dependent on weather conditions.

‘Big Beef’ Tomato Transplant

$4.00$8.00

Still unsurpassed as the top choice for fresh beefsteak tomatoes. Large, avg. 10-12 oz., mostly blemish-free, globe-shaped red fruit.

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