Fruit plants

  • Kamchatka Berry ’Green’

    PLN8.90

    Kamchatka Berry ’Green’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Green’)

    Latest variety of honeysuckle berries in Poland. Large, tasty fruit, larger than the standard berries from the forest, frostproof plants, undemanding.

    A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in late May/early June in the first year after planting.

    Polish variety. Frostproof shrubs. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that has many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny / partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.

  • ’Arkadia’ grapevine

    PLN11.90

    ’Arkadia’ grapevine (Vitis ’Arcadia’ )

    Interspecies crossbreed originating from Ukraine,
    grows strong.

    Variety for under the cover and in the soil.

    Extremely early – it ripens under the cover around 10.08.

    Medium-sized leaves,
    large, conical, medium tight clusters,
    very large berries (4.5 g), oval, yellow skin.

    Amateur dessert variety with a neutral flavour, fertile
    resistant to frost and diseases.

    A short trim is best for this variety.

     

    All our grapevine seedlings have State Inspectorate of Plant Health and Seeds passports.

  • Blackberry

    PLN10.90

    Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus)

    General description: Very resistant to frost, Polish variety. Without spikes or with small, random spikes. Arched-curved shoots, thick and stiff.

    Fruit: large, black fruit, covered with a skin with a slight sheen.

    Maturation / Flowering:  matures at the beginning of July.

    Requirements / Cultivation:   slightly acidic soil, moderately moist. Place in a sunny or slightly shaded position. Fruits appear on two-year-old shoots; requires a two-year cutting cycle.

  • Red Raspberry ‘Polka’

    PLN11.90

    Raspberry red ’Polka’ (Rubusidaeus ’Polka’)

    plant growing rather stronglyand with a fan-shaped growth habit. Besides, produce up to a dozen, as faras possible a level playing field withinthe length achievers shoots 1. 5 – 1. 8 m to cover on this little number, butquite large spikes. List of color to a darkshade of green, and the surface will bewrinkled. Raspberry zradzane by Polkaare rather large — single specimenweighs approx. . 4 g. In the case of thisvariety, we recommend that you conduct the fructification a spiritualprinciple will wycinało all shoots. Because it is a free-standing shrub andrequires no supports, it can be plantedin spacing 3. 5 m × 0. 5 m must, however, be careful, because at the endof the fruiting stems can be put underthe weight of the raspberries. Polka is avariant of the autumn repeating, andtherefore its fruits will ripen in late Julyand August and will make them fit toharvest by a further period of threemonths (the first serious frosts). It isimportant that this variety continues tobe primarily on this years. In the caseof a too high water content in theground of this shrub can totally decline.

  • Mulberry black

    PLN9.90

    Mulberry black (Morus nigra)

    A fruiting and ornamental tree with an extensive crown or shrub. Perfect for a hedge.

    Specification: The plant blooms in May. Fruit is juicy, sweet and sour, like blackberries, excellent for jams, syrups and liqueurs. Position in the sun, sandy soil. Plant fairly resistant to frost and pests. Does not require cutting, moderate watering, if necessary, more abundant in warmer weather. Fruit contains a lot of vitamins C and A.

  • Walnut

    PLN10.90

    Persian walnut (Juglans regia)

    Persian walnut reaches the height of up to 30 metres. 
    It blossoms in April/May, it fruits in October. 
    The fruit of a Persian walnut is very common and extremely healthy – rich in protein and fat.
    The tree should be planted in sunny and warm spots.

  • Canadian serviceberry

    PLN10.90

    Canadian serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis)

    General description: fruiting and, decorative shrub, growing up to 3 m high,

    Flowering: in April / May,

    Fruit: tasty, sweet, spherical, in shades of purple; suitable for direct consumption, but also for preserves,

    Maturing: in June / July

    Requirements / Cultivation:   prefers sunny positions, this variety is resistant to frost and pests, no major soil requirements.

  • Rokitnik żeński ’Botaniczeskaja’

    PLN13.90

    Rokitnik żeński ’Botaniczeskaja’ (Hippophaë rhamnoides ’Botaniczeskaja’)

    Opis ogólny: Mrozoodporny krzew lub drzewo ozdobne,

    Osiągające 4 metrów wysokości,

    Roślina bogata w witaminę C oraz wit. E,F,K,P

    Roślina o właściwościach leczniczych.

    Z krzewu zbierzemy do 15 kg owocu .

    Owoce :  żółtopomarańczowe, podłużne, kwaśne.

    Liście : wąskie, srebrzysto-zielone

    Dojrzewanie: od sierpnia do września,

    Uprawa/ stanowisko :  stanowisko słoneczne, rośnie dobrze na każdej glebie,

    Wczesną wiosną zaleca się usuwanie zniszczonych pędów.

    Odmiana wymaga zapylacza. 

  • White Currant ’Biała z Juterbog’

    PLN9.90

    White Currant ’Biała z Juterbog’ (Ribes niveum ’Biała z Juteborg’)

    General description: German variety, low shrub, resistant to frost, resistant to diseases.

    Fruit: large, of equal size, slightly yellow in colour,

    Maturing:  ripening in mid-July

    Flowering:  blooms early in the second half of April or in the first half of May

    Flowers:  medium-sized flowers forming compact, moderate-length inflorescences

    Requirement / cultivation:  fertile, slightly acidic, permeable soil; prefers sunny or slightly shaded positions.

  • Agrest biały ’Hinnonmaki Green’

    PLN10.90

    Gooseberry white ’Hinnonmaki Green’ (Ribes uva-crispa ’Hinnonmaki Green’)

    General description: Shrub fruit in theform of piennej. The variety allowingfor each year. To be applied on thePolish climatic conditions. Gooseberryworks as a product przetworowy, freshdesserts and in the form of frozen food. 

    Fruits: fruits with green, arecharacterized by small hairs on theirsurfaces. 

    Puberty flowering: blooms from Aprilto may, fruits ripen from mid-JulyCrop position: Requires the positionof the Sun on the soil fertile, moist witha slightly sour.

  • Kiwi Berry ’Jumbo’ Female

    PLN10.90

    Actinidia arguta ’Jumbo’ Female

    A kiwi plant with very large green fruit with a smooth skin. Fruit can be eaten raw without peeling, candied, dried, used for making jams, juices, wine.

    Jumbo is a perennial, twisting, strong (reaching up to several meters), ornamental vine that also fruits, it can withstand temepratures of even -30°C, does not require protection, it is frostproof throughout Poland. Its maximum height is 8-10 m, and an annual increase amounts to 2-3 m. Its stems climb, so it needs support. In May/June the creeper is decorated with tiny two-inch, white, decorative flowers. fruit: exceptionally tasty and healthy, the plant bears fruit 3-4 years after planting, about a dozen kilograms of fruit from one bush, also for preserves, high content of vitamins C, E, B maturation: mid September cultivation: position in the sun, planted in an espalier or by a wall every 1 m, between the female plants of this variety, for example: plant a male variety Male every 5 plants, cutting is not necessary

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, screens

    PLN 9.60 / pc

  • Bez czarny ’Samyl’

    PLN9.90

    Black Elderberry ’Samyl’ (Sambucus nigra ’Samyl’)

    General description: in Poland it is very common, many varieties differ mainly in color and shape, also known as wild lilac, long-lasting fruiting shrub growing up to 10 m high, perfect for wine and preserves, it was used and is still in the field of healing.

    Flowering: in May / June,

    Fruits: abundantly (up to 20 kg from the bush), harvest in August / September, its fruits contain a lot of vitamin C.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  sunny stand, frost-resistant plant, can be cut.

  • Blueberry Bilberry ’Briggita’

    PLN11.90

    Blueberry Bilberry ’Briggita’ (Vaccinium corymbosum ’Briggita’)

    General description: One of the most promising large-fruited varieties. The variety grows very quickly - reaches up to 2 m in height.

    Maturation:  late, fruit harvesting takes place in August.

    Fruit:  very large, spherical, tasty with a sweet-wine taste.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  this blueberry requires a warm position, sheltered from the wind and sunlit. Soil should be permeable and moist. Due to the long growing season, the shrubs should be grown on lighter soils. Frost resistant variety.

  • Kamchatika Berry ’Black’

    PLN8.90

    Kamchatika Berry ’Black’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Black’)

    The greatest fruit of all the kamchatka berries with a slightly blue hue. Its popularity in Poland is increasing due to low demands, early ripening, large and juicy fruit.

    A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in late May/early June in the first year after planting.

    Polish variety. Frostproof shrub. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that has many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny/partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.

  • ’Aurora’ grapevine

    PLN11.90

    ’Aurora’ grapevine (Vitis ’Aurora’)

    Variety not very susceptible to frost, very fertile, 

    resistant to fungal diseases,
    grows strong, fruits ripen in mid September,
    can be cultivated throughout the country - not too demanding.

    Aurora is an interspecies crossbreed, sweet,
    suitable for processing (for wine, juice), as well as a garden and dessert variety
    Leaves are medium-sized,
    clusters are long (weight of up to 90 g), cylindrical,
    medium-sized berries (about 1.6 g each), slightly flattened, have a delicate yellow-green skin and juicy flesh.

    It requires grapes selection.
    Shrub suitable for the fence, hoarding, and as a pergola – high forms

     

    All our grapevine seedlings have State Inspectorate of Plant Health and Seeds passports.

  • Blackberry ’Thornfree’

    PLN10.90

    Blackberry ’Thornfree’ (Rubus fruticosus ’Thornfree’)

    General description: American variety of blackberries, fast growing. Reaches up to approx. 2 m in height.

    Variety weakly resistant to frost.

    Fruit: tasty, sweet, oblong in shape.

    The fruits are considered to be healing, they are among others expectorant and cleansing.

    Maturing: starts in July and ends in October.

    Flowers:  white flowers appearing in June.

    Annual growth 0.5-1.2 m.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  a sunny place, grows on every soil, but to obtain a larger yield, it is recommended to plant on slightly acidic soils, moderately moist.

    Blackberry fruit appear on two-year-old shoots.

    The plant should be planted with supports.

    Cutting: in summer, we trim the tops of one-year old shoots.

    In the early spring, we cut the shrub up to a height of 1.6 m, while we prune the side shoots up to 30 cm in length.

    In the autumn, we cut the shoots above the ground, leaving only the six strongest shoots in the spring.

  • Yellow Raspberry ‘Golden Queen’

    PLN11.90

    Yellow Raspberry ‘Golden Queen’ (Rubus idaeus ‘Golden Queen’)

    One of the sweetest varieties of raspberries. 
    Its fruit is large, yellow and orange. 
    It is an autumn variety that fruits twice a season – in July and in autumn. 
    The fruit can be eaten straight away or preserved.

    Highly frost-resistant, reaches the height of up to 2 m.

    Blossoms from May until August.

    Prefers sunny spots.

  • Amelanchier Olliolistna ’Smoky’

    PLN17.90

    Amelanchier Olliolistna ’Smoky’ (Amelanchier alnifolia ’Smoky’)

    General description:  the variety is most often grown on plantations. The shrub reaches up to 4.5 m in height and up to 6 m in diameter.

    Fruit:  This variety gives birth to blue-black fruits up to 1.4 cm in diameter. The fruits ripen quite unevenly. A variety with the sweetest fruits and the highest ratio of sugar to acids. The most fertile variety (one can harvest up to 7.5 kg of fruit per plant).

    Flowering:  blooms medium late, which makes it resistant to spring frost.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  You can plant a seedling at any position. However, it prefers sunny or semi-shaded places.

  • Sea buckthorn ’Luchistaja’

    PLN13.90

    Sea buckthorn ’Luchistaja’ (hippophae rhamnoides ’Luchistaja’)

    General description: cultivar with moderate growth, frost-resistant, shrub up to 2.5 m, for many years served as a medicinal plant, weakly resistant to diseases.

    Fruit: orange in colour, oblong, sea buckthorn fruits abundantly, fruit have a sour aftertaste, the average fruit weight is 0.7 g

    Maturation: at the turn of August and September

    Requirements / Cultivation:  no soil requirements, prefers sunny positions, tolerates polluted air; needs to be pruned.

  • Blackcurrant ’Titania’

    PLN9.90

    Blackcurrant ’Titania’ (Ribes nigrum ’Titania’)

     

    Currant is one of the most popular fruit bushes – shouldn’t be missed in any garden!

    This variety is very fertile. Fruits  ripen in the second half of July.

     

    The taste of the fruits is sweet, they are perfect to eat

    straight from the bush and for the processed products like juices, jams.

    Blooms in April / May.

     

    Titania grows best on sunny or semi-shaded places.

  • Red Gooseberry ’Hinnonmaki rot’

    PLN10.90

    Red Gooseberry ’Hinnonmaki rot’ (Ribesuva-crisa ’Hinnonmaki rot’)

    General description: very fertile variety, very easy to grow, shrub reaches from 1 to 1.5 meters high, plant resistant to frost and disease,

    Fruit: medium-sized, tasty and sweet and sour, suitable for eating straight from the bush as well as for preserves,

    Maturation: early - in the first half of July

    Requirements / Cultivation:  plant in a sunny place, in fertile soil rich in humus, yields best fruit on short shoots.

  • Blueberry ’Chandler’

    PLN11.90

    Blueberry ’Chandler’ (Vaccinium corymbosum ’Chandler’)

    General description: A new variety, very fertile, yielding the largest, tasty fruit. Fruit appear in mid-July and at the end of the second half of August.

    Fruit:  very large fruits - 2.5-3.5 cm in diameter, light blue, firm and very tasty.
    Fruit intended primarily for direct consumption as well as for preserves.

    Requirements / Cultivation:   sunny and secluded position. Soil conditions: acidic soil pH 3.8-4.8, light and permeable. It is recommended to mulch the soil around the plants, which prevents weed infestation and water evaporation.

  • Kamchatka Berry ’Brown’

    PLN8.90

    Kamchatka Berry ’Brown’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Brown’)

    Sweet and sour fruit. The shrub fruits in the first year after planting, undemanding, frostproof.

    A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in late May / early June in the first year after planting. Frostproof shrub. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that has many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny / partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.

  • ’Bianca’ grapevine

    PLN11.90

    ’Bianca’ grapevine (Vitis ’Bianca’) 

    Bianca is an interspecies crossbreed originating from Hungary.

    One of the most prolific grapevines, 
    grows strong, dark green leaves clusters and berries of medium size, oval (single cluster is 150 g, berry 2.3 g),
    highly resistant to fungal diseases, resistant to frost.

    Fructifies in late September and early October,
    has a neutral scent,
    suitable for processing and consumption.

    The fruit’s peel is green and yellow, grown together with the flesh.

    Shrub should be cut to 5 buds on a shoot.

    All our grapevine seedlings have State Inspectorate of Plant Health and Seeds passports.

  • Tayberry ’Buckingham Tayberry’

    PLN11.90

    Tayberry ’Buckingham Tayberry’ (Rubus ’Buckingham Tayberry’)

    General description: perennial without spikes, fructifying shrub, floppy long shoots, similar to blackberry, a variety with quite strong growth, does not grow to the sides.

    Fruit: aromatic sweet, juicy and tasty, red or dark red,

    Maturing:  ripening: in summer July / August

    Requirements / Cultivation:  a very demanding shrub, prefers a sunny position; cover for the winter; requires a strong cutting after fruiting.

  • Black Raspberry ‘Bristol‘

    PLN11.90

    Black raspberry ‘Bristol‘  (Rubus occidentalis ‘Bristol‘)

    Overview: dessert variety, he contains many anthocyanins, fruits can be eaten systematically, as well as can be a raw material for producing juices, jam, decoration of cakes and of desserts, immune to illnesses and freezing

    Ripening: from the July up to the August

    Fruits: are big, tasty, sweet, red in the adolescence, fully mature are assuming the black colour

    Position/requirements: prefer a sunny position, about the adequate humidity, aerated soil, about the reaction lightly sour, is making advances to plant in the lane e.g. by the fence, after harvests

  • Amelanchier Amblylander ’Northline’

    PLN17.90

    Amelanchier Amblylander ’Northline’ (Amelanchier alnifolia ’Northline’)

    General description:  It grows up to 4 m in height and 6 m in diameter. Variety is very fertile.

    Fruit:  an exceptionally large variety, ovate in shape, firm fruit which are up to 1.6 cm in diameter (on average 1.24 cm).

    Maturing:  the fruits ripen relatively evenly, sweet and very tasty.

    It has a tendency to alternate fruiting (it usually gives more fruit every second year).

    Requirements / Cultivation:  this variety can be planted in any position. However, it prefers sunny or semi-shaded places.