Berry Info


Actually a member of the rose family, these plump, flame-red, succulent
berries are heart shaped with tiny edible seeds, green leaves and short to long stems.
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The blueberry bush (Vaccinium) is a Native North American Species. Early settlers used the fruit in their diet by incorporating it into a variety of foods and medicine. North America is the largest producer of blueberries and accounts for about 90% of the world’s crops. High bush blueberries are grown in more then 30 states and in provinces like Ontario and BC.
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This favourite, summer berry is usually ruby red in colour, although it is now possible to find vibrant golden, black, or purple raspberries. These sweet, thimble-shaped berries have tiny edible seeds, and an intense berry flavor and aroma.

Saskatoon Berries

Saskatoon Berries, often referred to as Saskatoons are purplish-blue berries grown on a shrub type bush. Although they look similar to blueberries they have a unique flavour that is excellent in preserves and pies and very tasty right off the bush.

Sea Buckthorn

Sea Buckthorn is a deciduous shrub that requires full sunlight for growth. Sea Buckthorn fruit can vary in shape and colour, but are normally egg-shaped berries that range from yellow to bright orange in colour.
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