Our high-quality fruit trees are selected strains of certified, virus free plants. Our trees are two
years old when they ship to our stores to ensure faster fruiting and offer a more established, well
branched tree. A well branched fruit tree helps most varieties produce some fruit by the second
year of planting. For best results plant two varieties of the same fruit to guarantee cross-pollination.
Round white berries with red seeds? This is not your average strawberry. Pine-berry strawberry has a sweet flavour reminiscent of pineapple.
Found in 11cm Pine-berry Strawberry.
12" Fruit Salad Planter - Coming Soon
Blueberries, strawberries and rhubarb all in one container! Cross pollination is taken care of, success ensured. Place in a sunny location and when your crop comes in... make a salad!
Found in 12" Fruit Salad Planter.
Planter may not be exactly as shown.
1 Saskatoon Berry
1 Pink Popcorn Blueberry
Also known as Honeyberry or Blue Honeysuckle.
This fruit is high in vitamin C and a great source of antioxidants.
This is a unique tasting fruit; some say it tastes like Raspberry
others like Blueberry. Try it to find out!
You don't have to have a backyard garden to grow fruit bushes. They work in containers too! For best results, plant two
varieties of the same fruit, a must with blueberries to ensure cross pollination. Many varieties to choose from. For all
gardening zones.1 Gallon Container. See in-store for our full selection of fruit.
NEW Haskap Berry
NEW Goji Berry
Choose from varieties of Apple, Pear and Plum. See in-store for our full assortment.
Cherry varieties are available in BC and Ontario Markets only. Excluding Sudbury and Sault St Marie.
Fruit trees grow in a wide range of soil types. Apple varieties prefer heavy soils, such as clay, however they are quite adaptable to a wide range of soil types. Pear and plums grow well on clay soils. Cherries and peaches generally prefer well-drained soils made up of either clay or sand. Peach varieties must be grown in a highly organic soil.
For best results we suggest planting 2 varieties of the same fruit to guarantee cross-pollination. Either plant two together or if there are neighbouring apple trees with a close proximity one will be fine.