Fruits

Fruit 2018 
Ribies White Pearl White Current-X flavour and heavy cropping. Pale yellow fruits are firm and juicy - and sweet enough to eat raw when fully ripe.Good for jams & jellies
Kiwi Actinda Both male and female are required for fruit production.Twining vine/prune late winter
Ribes Pixwell Green Gooseberry -4'h x 5'w-self polinating, yellow green fruit, needs regular pruning for better production
Fertile, well drained soil with shelter from strong winds. Full sun
Ribies Hinnomaki Red Gooseberry -4'h, self fruitful, red fruit begins producing the 1st year
Issai- self fruitful
Ribies Captivator Red Goosebery-mediumsized sweet berries are colored pink to red when ripe in late July.
Asparagus Asparagus Millennium-is the most successful asparagus cultivar ever seen in Ontario. Outstanding flavor
Mulch in spring with well rotted real manure, Sun/M/Wd sheltered location- Do Not cut fruit first year & very little the second year
Raspberry Raspberry Nova Red-Sun,plant 3' apart. Cut back to 1' when planting. Fruit on old wood
Raspberries Anne-This sunshine-colored fruit has a unique flavor with hints of apricot. The best flavored yellow Raspberry
Blackberry Blackberries Chester Hardy Black-large thornless. Firm but not tart
Rhubarb Rhubarb Strawberry-Sun,grows in most any soils,but is a heavy feeder. Fertilize spring with rotted manure
Blueberries Min.2 varieties should be plant for best production,Acidic soil ,which can be maintained by using old sawdust/pine needles,never use lime.
Elderberry Sambucus-sun-ps/wd-8', very high in Vitamin C. Cut out weak growth
Full sun.Prune late winter & fertilize with 10-10-10. Keep 'witches broom out of bushes. It looks like a fast growing 'broom' & snaps off easily
Scotia-Used for jam, juice, wine, sweeter than most. Best planted with other varieties- self polinating- NA for 2018
Kent- large & very productive; produces clusters heavy with fruit which is larger than any named cultivar..
Bluecrop -5 x 5' -high yields, mid season- Patriot- 5'- This variety is big and bountiful — the largest early-season
Northland- 4' very sweet,high yields,'wild' berry taste,mid-late july- xtremely hardy)
Strawberry Mira-Mulch plants with shavings;use 20-20-20 to transplant , keep runner in the rows & remove blossom the 1st year
Duke - 5-7' - ripens early; firm mildly tart berry;
Chippewa- 4 x 4'- very sweet with high yields; mid season yield
Speciality Trees Malus Apple combo 2yr 5/1
Honey Berries Haskap berries are high in vitamin C and a great source of antioxidants..fabulous taste.plant like blueberries. 1st fruit to ripen in spring.
Ltd. Quanities Prunus Plum combo 2yr 4 in 1
bears fruit at a younger age, disease resistant, needs a little pruning in younger stage. No thorns or suckering.
Prunus Cherry combo 2 yr 5/1
The best varieties have a fresh raspberry/blueberry flavour with a special zing. SELF fruitful but better with other varieties present
Pyrus Pear combo 2yr 5/1
Haskap Borealis-Produces the largest and best flavoured haskap berry available, cross polinate with honeyberry blue
Peach Reliance-single -self polinator
Hascap Borealis Tundra Combo-firmer & does not bleed like other berries
Hascap combo Cinderella- another variety that grows & produces well. Same flavor
Hascap Tundra Berry Blue-a polinator for Tundra, Borealis or the Indigo types; delicously tart fruit
Grape Vitis-Easy to grow on any sunny wall or fence.Prune mid-winter/Wd/Hr/Neut-alk/Sun
Canadese- red seedless; use for fruit & wine or for shade, keep well pruned
Foch- blue wine, ripens mid September
Niagara-seedless white fruited; a descendent of Concord; table grapes and for wines, as well as jams and juice.
Valiant-clusters of royal blue round fruit which are usually ready for picking from late summer ; good for jams/jellies
Vandal- Green grape, Juicy, Mid-season, Sweet fruit, Table grapes.
Hops- SEE VINES
Horseraddish Horseradish Sun, keep well water. A very invasive,plant where can be controlled
Jostaberry Jostaberry(ribies) Culverwellii- plant in sheltered sun-ps in HR/WD soil - more compact than common variety
5x3; a blackberry x gooseberry cross; thornless, heavy crops of black sweet berries in summer
current Ribies Red Currant Red Lake They are sweet,good source of glucose, fructose and sucrose but also rather tart.
Ribes Wellington Black Current -3 x3", large fruit & high yields; high in Vita C, needs less pruning than other varities, good jellies/wine
Ribies Consort Black Current-7'-sweet-tart, flavorful black currant—without having to worry about white pine blister rust
Ribies Titania Black Current-3-4'-A very large berry with excellent taste. Very hardy & disease resistant
Ribies White Pearl White Current-X flavour and heavy cropping. Pale yellow fruits are firm and juicy - and sweet enough to eat raw when fully ripe.Good for jams & jellies
Ribes Pixwell Green Gooseberry -4'h x 5'w-self polinating, yellow green fruit, needs regular pruning for better production
Ribies Hinnomaki Red Gooseberry -4'h, self fruitful, red fruit begins producing the 1st year
Ribies Captivator Red Goosebery-mediumsized sweet berries are colored pink to red when ripe in late July.
Raspberry Raspberry Nova Red-Sun,plant 3' apart. Cut back to 1' when planting. Fruit on old wood
Raspberries Anne-This sunshine-colored fruit has a unique flavor with hints of apricot. The best flavored yellow Raspberry
Rhubarb Rhubarb Strawberry-Sun,grows in most any soils,but is a heavy feeder. Fertilize spring with rotted manure
Elderberry Sambucus-sun-ps/wd-8', very high in Vitamin C. Cut out weak growth
Scotia-Used for jam, juice, wine, sweeter than most. Best planted with other varieties- self polinating- NA for 2018
Kent- large & very productive; produces clusters heavy with fruit which is larger than any named cultivar..
Strawberry Mira-Mulch plants with shavings;use 20-20-20 to transplant , keep runner in the rows & remove blossom the 1st year
Speciality Trees Malus Apple combo 2yr 5/1
Ltd. Quanities Prunus Plum combo 2yr 4 in 1
Prunus Cherry combo 2 yr 5/1
Pyrus Pear combo 2yr 5/1
Peach Reliance-single -self polinator

 

Helpful Hint: 1/2 lb 10-10-10 fertilizer for every year of the tree, up to 5 lbs[MAX] ,on the 'drip line'-or you can use aged 'real manure' & on the drip line in spring.

All fruit need at least 6 hours of sun each day through the summer & fertile soil with good drainage.