• Goji Berry (6-8′) A fruit from Asia with amazing nutritional properties. Emerald foliage on vine-like branches. Star-shaped blooms appear in early summer, with bright orange fruit ripening in July. Fruit size is 2 cm.

Sun Part Shade

  • RUSSIAN CYPRESS  (18”x3-5’)  dwarf, densely branched evergreen that has a spreading growth form and cedar-like foliage. Grows well in both sun and shade.



  • MILLENNIUM ASPARAGUS all male variety, high yields, produces large, edible spears at an early age, and has excellent flavor.


  • FRONTENAC – Vigorous and very disease resistant. The fruits have a sweet taste and a juicy texture. It produces clusters of deep purple/blue round fruit. Wine has flavors of cherry and plum. Can be high in acidity.
  • MORDEN CONCORD GRAPE – large blue grapes, good for eating, jelly and wine.
  • MORDEN GREEN GRAPE – large green selection. Good for eating & wine.
  • VALIANT GRAPE – excellent quality, large clusters of blue fruit; good for eating, wine, and jelly; ripens end of August.

Sun Part Shade

  • CANADA RED RHUBARB extremely hardy juicy and red throughout.
  • MACDONALD RHUBARB- Large stalks and very productive, MacDonald is a vigorous grower and resistant to wilt. It has excellent flavor, bright red color and tender skin. Great for pies, canning and freezing.
  • VALENTINE RHUBARB  bright red, sweet.

Gooseberries & Currants

( 3-5’ tall & wide)

  • CONSORT CURRANT large black berries, sweet.
  • PIXWELL GOOSEBERRY good yielder, large fruit.
  • RED LAKE CURRANT red berries, good quality.
  • CAPTIVATOR THORNLESS GOOSEBERRY- Thornless and mildew resistant. Green fruit in summer. Red sweet fruit when ripe.
  • JOSTABERRY – This plant is a cross between Black currants and gooseberries and brings along the best of both fruits. The fruit is larger than a currant and grows on thornless bushes. The fruit is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants and is great for processing.


  • CHESTER BLACKBERRY – thornless, semi erect blackberry, good sized sweet fruit, should be planted in an area with good winter protection.


(plant 12-18” apart)

  • BLACK RASPBERRY large, sweet, firm, glossy black fruit, excellent for eating, jam and freezing.
  • BOYNE RASPBERRIES vigorous and productive, excellent large berry.
  • DOUBLE DELIGHT RASPBERRIES large fruit from mid-August to frost. Responds well to complete cane removal in fall; large fruit, sweet taste, upright plant exceeds 4′.
  • HONEYQUEEN RASPBERRIES ever bearing, large, yellow fruit, very sweet, excellent for eating and jam.
  • KILLARNEY RASPBERRIES- The hardiest raspberry we know of, disease-resistant and bears medium-sized, very bright red berries. Good flavor and freezing qualities. Ripens early and bears for 4-5 weeks. Recommended for colder climates. 4-5’ tall and 2-3’ wide.


Blueberries prefer to be planted in acidic soil.  Add peat moss to help lower the pH of your soil.

  • BLUE CROP BLUEBERRIES -Midseason. Upright, vigorous, and very productive. Large and flavorful light blue fruit.
  • CHIPPEWA BLUEBERRIES – compact grower with a mature height of 3’, berries are large and very light blue in color, its sweet taste makes it an excellent edible variety.
  • DUKE BLUEBERRIES– early ripening, high yields of uniform sized, quality fruit, highbush
  • NORTH BLUE BLUEBERRIES –  20-30” tall, large fruit, leaves turn bright red in fall, self-fruitful.
  • PATRIOT BLUEBERRIES – Fruit is large and firm. The berry is formed in tight clusters and is flatter than other cultivars. Ripens early. Excellent flavor. Bush is upright, open, and vigorous. 4’ tall.


(4-5′ mature height)

  • BERRY BLUE/BLUE BELLE/CINDERELLA/SVETLANA/BOREALIS HONEYBERRY hardy shrub has white flowers followed by blue berries in early July. Berries have a blueberry-like flavor. Should be spaced 4-6′ apart.