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Saskatoon Juneberry Wild Selected Amelanchier Alnifolia



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April 25th - May 3rd

Ships to you bare-root, ready to plant, and professionally pruned. 


Similar to blueberries, this yummy fruit hangs in clusters, from spreading bushes. these are not to be confused with the smaller Serviceberries (amelanchier canadensis).

A great fruit for cooler areas as it’s not recommended to plant these in areas warmer than zone 6. Tolerant to a wide variety of soil types and various ranges of pH levels.

Not as picky as blueberries in this manner, but still ensure they have good drainage and good compost for best production.

Huge health benefits. High in vitamins and antioxidents.

Productive wild strain of Saskatoons, otherwise known here in the states as Juneberries. Grown widely in Canada, they are great for backyards and are one of the first ripening berries of the season!

You can’t go wrong with a few of these in your landscape. Not only are they excellent for you and taste great, but they look nice too!

2′-3′ bare root plants.

We highly recommend protecting your trees with a tree tube

Growing trees in the Northeast has proved challenging. One of our main struggles has been with deer and other tree nibbling predators.

Not only were our orchard trees being nibbled and rubbed, but now the deer/rabbits/porcupines/voles and more were heading towards our nursery stock.

I guess when you set out a buffet, the animals say ‘THANKS!’

We decided to purchase a few hundred TREE PRO Miracle Tree Tubes and were quickly sold on the benefits.

Trees that seemed to be stuck in their growth were now growing. We no longer had to constantly move electric fencing. Even trees in remote areas on the farm were thriving.

Where we had ordered them last year to offer to you, Tree Pro started selling them on Amazon (of course) and they are cheaper and offer FREE Shipping. We still highly recommend them!

April 27th - May 15th