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Tue, 01/12/2016 - 15:39 -- moderator
Currant, White
Ribes rubrum alba
White currants are a selection of Red Current that bear tangy white fruit useful for fresh eating or preserves. Leaves are maple-shaped and have good landscape interest. Very hardy.
Mature Width: 
2 - 3'
Mature Height: 
2 - 3'
Plant Care: 
•Prefers a moist, well-drained location
Tue, 08/13/2013 - 17:21 -- moderator
Gooseberry
Ribes uva-crispa
Gooseberries start off red and turn to purple when ripe at the end of July, and its leaves turn yellow in fall. There are some insignificant seeds, and the branches are rather thorny, but is extremely hardy. Gooseberries make good pie, jam or jelly, and are good eaten fresh if picked at the right time.
Mature Width: 
4 - 5'
Mature Height: 
3 - 4'
Plant Care: 
•Requires two plants for pollination.
Tue, 08/13/2013 - 17:29 -- moderator
Grape "Big Blue"
Vitis x 'Big Blue'
Fruit size is similar to the Concord grape and has excellent flavour. A great choice for fresh eating or juicing. A hardy plant.
Mature Width: 
n/a
Mature Height: 
12 - 15'
Plant Care: 
•Best grown on the sunny South side of a fence, trellis, or against a building
•There are several ways of pruning grapes, though it can be left to go wild and cover a structure as well; for best fruiting, get an instruction book for pruning, like "The Canadian Encyclopedia of Gardening"
•The vine will look dead every spring, but will leaf out in May - have patience!
Tue, 08/13/2013 - 17:32 -- moderator
Grape "Big Green"
Vitis x 'Big Green'
This green grape has large clusters of excellently flavoured fruit, similar in size to the Concord grape. As a hardy plant, the Big Green makes a good table grape for the prairies.
Mature Width: 
n/a
Mature Height: 
12 - 15'
Plant Care: 
•Best grown on the sunny South side of a fence, trellis, or against a building
•There are several ways of pruning grapes, though it can be left to go wild and cover a structure as well; for best fruiting, get an instruction book for pruning, like "The Canadian Encyclopedia of Gardening"
•The vine will look dead every spring, but will leaf out in May - have patience!
Tue, 08/13/2013 - 17:36 -- moderator
Grape, "Valiant"
Vitis x 'Valiant'
Valiant's fruit is the size of a marble and is dark blue. An excellent grape for juice, wine, jelly, and fresh eating. It is not astringent and tastes best when harvested after a fall frost - it ripens from the end of August into September. The vine grows well on a trellis, wire fence, or even on the ground like a strawberry.
Mature Width: 
n/a
Mature Height: 
18 - 20'
Plant Care: 
•Needs a sunny, well-drained and wind-sheltered location; it is the hardiest edible grape for MB, but still likes to be grown on the South side of a wall or fence
•The vine will look dead every spring, but will leaf out in late May - have patience!
•There are several ways of pruning grapes, though it can be left to go wild and cover a structure as well; for best fruiting, get an instruction book for pruning, like "The Canadian Encyclopedia of Gardening"
Tue, 06/13/2017 - 20:02 -- moderator
Honeyberry, "Aurora"
Lonicera caerulea 'Aurora'
Aurora is a good tasting pollinator for Borealis, Tundra, and the Indigo series. Highly productive, it also has slightly larger fruit than Borealis (~1.9 grams). Honeyberries are similar to blueberries in terms of texture (not seedy), appearance (blue, but elongated), and Aurora has the sweetest fruit of all current honeberry varieties. Like other honeyberries, they are very hardy and can be used as a low-maintenance, densely-leafed ornamental shrub that handles pruning well. It has insignificant light yellow-white flowers in early spring that are very frost-resistant.
Mature Width: 
5 - 5.5'
Mature Height: 
5 - 5.5'
Plant Care: 
•A pollinator is required ("Borealis", "Tundra", or "Boreal Beast" honeyberries) and it will bear fruit in the first year
•Can be shaped into a hedge if planted 2'-3' apart and pruned just after fruiting is finished
Thu, 05/10/2018 - 17:59 -- moderator
Honeyberry, "Boreal Beast"
Lonicera caerulea 'Boreal Beast'
**Arriving July/August 2018** Boreal Beast has excellent flavour, aroma, and a good aftertaste according to the U of S trials. It is also an excellent pollinator for the other Boreal series, and is resistant to mildew. Honeyberries are similar to blueberries in terms of texture (not seedy), appearance (blue, but elongated), but is sweet with a kick (some tanginess). Like other honeyberries, they are very hardy and can be used as a low-maintenance, densely-leafed ornamental shrub that handles pruning well. It has insignificant light yellow-white flowers in early spring that are very frost-resistant.
Mature Width: 
5 - 6'
Mature Height: 
6 - 8'
Plant Care: 
•A pollinator is required ("Boreal Blizzard", or "Boreal Beauty")
•Can be shaped into a hedge if planted 2'-3' apart and pruned just after fruiting is finished
Thu, 05/10/2018 - 17:46 -- moderator
Honeyberry, "Boreal Beauty"
Lonicera caerulea 'Boreal Beauty'
Boreal Beauty's fruit ripens up to one month later than other varieties - late July to early August. This extends the harvest season for honeyberries so you can have fresh fruit longer, and are very productive. The berries are large, firm, oval, and taste great. The branches are strong and grow upright, and are mildew-resistant. Honeyberries are similar to blueberries in terms of texture (not seedy), appearance (blue, but elongated), but is sweet with a kick (some tanginess). Like other honeyberries, they are very hardy and can be used as a low-maintenance, densely-leafed ornamental shrub that handles pruning well. It has insignificant light yellow-white flowers in early spring that are very frost-resistant.
Mature Width: 
5 - 6'
Mature Height: 
6 - 8'
Plant Care: 
•A pollinator is required ("Boreal Beast" is best, "Boreal Blizzard" is somewhat compatible)
•Can be shaped into a hedge if planted 2'-3' apart and pruned just after fruiting is finished
Mon, 05/07/2018 - 11:56 -- moderator
Honeyberry, "Boreal Blizzard"
Lonicera caerulea 'Boreal Blizzard'
This variety has the largest and heaviest fruit that taste excellent. Boreal Blizzard is a heavy producer with vigorous growth. Honeyberries are similar to blueberries in terms of texture (not seedy), appearance (blue, but elongated), but is sweet with a kick (some tanginess). Like other honeyberries, they are very hardy and can be used as a low-maintenance, densely-leafed ornamental shrub that handles pruning well. It has insignificant light yellow-white flowers in early spring that are very frost-resistant.
Mature Width: 
6 - 8'
Mature Height: 
6 - 8'
Plant Care: 
•A pollinator is required ("Boreal Beast", "Tundra", "Borealis", or "Indigo Gem")
•Can be shaped into a hedge if planted 2'-3' apart and pruned just after fruiting is finished
Tue, 08/13/2013 - 17:52 -- moderator
Honeyberry, "Borealis"
Lonicera caerulea 'Borealis'
Borealis was the top ranked honeyberry for flavour from the University of Saskatchewan's 2007. Honeyberries are similar to blueberries in terms of texture (not seedy), appearance (blue, but elongated), but Borealis' sweet flavour has an excellent tang to it. The fruit is 2 - 3 cm long, and 1 cm wide, and averages 1.6 grams. It is very hardy and can also be used as an ornamental, full leafed shrub. It has small insignificant yellow-white flowers in spring that are very frost-resistant.
Mature Width: 
4 - 5'
Mature Height: 
4 - 5'
Plant Care: 
•A pollinator is required ("Aurora" or "Boreal Blizzard" honeyberries) and it will bear fruit in the first year
•Can be shaped into a hedge if planted 2'-3' apart and pruned just after fruiting is finished