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Black currant Crandall

$32.00 $27.00
Black currants are prized for their distinctive flavour. Great for fresh eating, preserves, and pies. Loads of vitamins! Leaves can be used in tea. 1-gallon pots. Self-pollinating.
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Currants Red Lake

$32.00 $27.00
Red currants are known as “superfruits” as they have naturally high antioxidant capacity. They are also a good supply of vitamins C and K, manganese and potassium. 1-gallon pots. Self-fruitful.  
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Haskap Berry Blue (honeyberry)

$35.00
Haskap, or honeyberry, ripens very early - about the same time as strawberries! Lots of vitamins and antioxidants. Needs two varieties for pollination. Very hardy. Available for spring 2021. Pick up in Halifax. 1-gallon pot.
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Haskap Borealis (honeyberry)

$35.00
Haskap, or honeyberry, ripens very early - about the same time as strawberries! Lots of vitamins and antioxidants. Needs two varieties for pollination. Very hardy. Available for spring 2021. Pick up in Halifax. 1-gallon pot.
Jostaberry
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Jostaberry [yust-a-berry]

$32.00
Jostaberry is a cross between a blackcurrant and gooseberries. Ripens in July. Self-pollinating. No thorns. Jostaberry plants are immune to most berry diseases. Available for spring 2021. Pick up in Halifax. 1-gallon pot.
Loganberry
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Loganberry

$32.00
Loganberry is a hybrid of blackberry and raspberry. The fruit resembles the blackberry, but the fruit color is a dark red. Available for spring 2021. Pick up in Halifax. 1-gallon pot.  
Fruit - Currants red
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Red currants (bundle of 6 plants). Grown without chemicals.

$60.00
Red currant plants. Available anytime. Packed with vitamins and nutrients. Berries can be eaten fresh or used in jelly. Grown without the use of chemical herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers. Volume discount. Young plants, will bring fruit in 2 years or so. Regular price: $15 each. Bundle price: $12 each. No HST on any purchases. Pick up in Halifax.
Abraham Darby David Austin rose
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Abraham Darby Rose (David Austin) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
Abraham Darby rose is a very prolific bloomer. If you deadhead the spent blooms, it will bloom throughout the entire growing season. Strong fruity fragrance. Prefers a location in full sun. USDA hardiness zone: 5. Survives the winter in Halifax area and Yarmouth. In other areas: after the first hard frost, pile up about a foot of soil around the base of the rose. It survives most winters, but once every few years the top growth can be lost, but it will regrow. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won’t be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won’t mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting “potted plant” option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides
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Bonica Rose (for Spring 2021)

$31.00$36.00
Shade-tolerant. Very hardy (USDA hardiness zone 4).
Cherry Twist Peony
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Cherry Twist Peony (mid-November 2020 or spring 2021)

$65.00
Cherry Twist Peony. Outstanding as a cut flower! Available for spring 2020 or plant it in mid-November 2020 for an early start! Specify in the comment to your order if you prefer this November or next spring. 3-5 eye root. Bare root plant. Pick up in Halifax or can be mailed anywhere in Canada.
Crown Princess Margareta David Austin rose
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Crown Princess Margareta (David Austin rose) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
David Austin rose Crown Princess Margareta has strong, fruity, tea rose fragrance. Up to 120 petals.  Average diameter 4". Shade tolerant, can grow happily in full sun, part shade, or in bright shade (dappled light or bright, North-facing wall). USDA hardiness zone: 6. Survives the winter in Halifax area and Yarmouth. In other areas: after the first hard frost, pile up about a foot of soil around the base of the rose. It survives most winters, but once every few years the top growth can be lost, but it will regrow. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won’t be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won’t mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting “potted plant” option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides
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Darcey Bussell (David Austin rose) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
Darcey Bussell rose blooms with large, very full, old-fashioned bloom form. Flowers in flushes throughout the season. Grow in a full sun location.   USDA hardiness zone: 5. Survives the winter in Nova Scotia. As an additional precaution, consider planting the rose deeper, so that the crown is 6" below the surface. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won't be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won't mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting "potted plant" option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides
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Distant Drums Rose (for Spring 2021)

$34.00$39.00
USDA zone hardiness: 5 (hardy to -29C or -20F).
David Austin rose Gertude Jekyll
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Gertrude Jekyll (David Austin rose) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
Gertrude Jekyll is a shade-tolerant and repeat flowering rose. Can be grown as a shrub or a short climber. Strong old rose fragrance. Gertrude Jekyll rose will perform well in full sun, part shade, and even in dappled shade or along a bright, North-facing wall. USDA hardiness zone: 5. Survives winters in Halifax area and along the South Shore of Nova Scotia (USDA zone 6). Survives most winters in the rest of Nova Scotia (USDA zone 5), but once every few years the top growth can be lost, but it will regrow. Protect just in case by piling up about a foot of earth around its base after the first frost. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won't be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won't mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting "potted plant" option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides  
Grace, David Austin rose
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Grace (David Austin rose) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
David Austin rose Grace has strong, tea fragrance. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. Suitable for growing in containers and in part shade.   USDA hardiness zone: 6. Survives the winter in Halifax area and Yarmouth. In other areas of Nova Scotia: after the first hard frost, pile up about a foot of soil around the base of the rose. Wrap in burlap for the winter. Some branches may be lost, but it will regrow in spring, as long as it is planted deeply and the additional soil adds protection around the lower branches. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won't be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won't mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting "potted plant" option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides  
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Morden Blush Rose (hardy to -39C)

$31.00$36.00
Low-growing, floriferous bush with old fashioned double blooms in light pink to ivory all season. Fragrance: sweet Height and spread: 3 ft x 3 ft Fertilize monthly. Remove old blossoms as they fade. Very cold-hardy!  
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Munstead Wood (David Austin rose) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
David Austin rose Munstead Wood has strong, old rose fragrance. Bears very deep, velvety crimson blooms, with lighter coloured outer petals. Grow in a full sun location. Suitable for containers. USDA hardiness zone: 5. Survives the winter in Nova Scotia. As an additional precaution, consider planting the rose deeper, so that the crown is 6" below the surface. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won't be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won't mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting "potted plant" option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides
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Oklahoma Rose (for Spring 2021)

$34.00$39.00
Exceptionally fragrant. Very dark red, velvety flowers. Huge, 5" blooms. Needs winter protection in Nova Scotia.
Rose the generous gardener
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The Generous Gardener (David Austin rose) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
David Austin rose The Generous Gardener is a very fragrant climbing rose. Can grow in full sun or in bright shade.   USDA hardiness zone: 5. Survives the winter in Nova Scotia. As an additional precaution, consider planting the rose deeper, so that the crown is 6" below the surface. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won't be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won't mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting "potted plant" option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides
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Tiffany Rose (for Spring 2021)

$34.00$39.00
Tiffany Rose is covered in stunning fragrant pink flowers with yellow centers at the ends of the branches from early summer to early fall. The flowers are excellent for cutting. It is highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even thrive in inner city environments. USDA zone: 6b (needs winter protection in NS).
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Tree Peony High Noon (prof. A Saunders) (for Spring 2021)

$69.00 $55.20
High Noon tree peony. Bright lemon-yellow flowers with an accent of dark red flares. Fast growing, hardy cultivar sets the standard for yellow hybrid tree peonies. Late blooming. (Lutea hybrid. Saunders, 1952.) Tree peonies tend to bloom earlier than most common herbaceous peonies. Branches do not die back to the ground in winter. Plant the graft union (which looks like a bulge on the main stem) about 2 inches below the surface. Tree peonies do not respond well to transplanting and take time to get established. They are developing deep, substantial root system that will help the peony to bloom. Add compost topping each fall to fertilize the soil. Tree peonies are deer resistant. A peony can live for 50 years or more. Available by mail or pick up in Halifax in early May.
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Tree Peony Shimadajin

$69.00 $55.20
Tree peonies tend to bloom earlier than most common herbaceous peonies. Branches do not die back to the ground in winter. Plant the graft union (which looks like a bulge on the main stem) about 2 inches below the surface. Tree peonies do not respond well to transplanting and take time to get established. They are developing deep, substantial root system that will help the peony to bloom. Add compost topping each fall to fertilize the soil. Tree peonies are deer resistant. A peony can live for 50 years or more. Available by mail or pick up in Halifax in early May.
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Weeping Mulberry (Spring 2021)

$136.00
Beautiful, weeping ornamental tree. Produces delicious berries throughout most of the summer!
Peony Blitz Tort
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Blitz Tort Peony (mid-November 2020 or spring 2021)

$65.00
Blitz Tort Peony. Outstanding as a cut flower! Available for spring 2020 or plant it in mid-November 2020 for an early start! Specify in the comment to your order if you prefer this November or next spring. 3-5 eye root Blooms: midseason Roy G. Klehm, 2003 Bare root plant. Pick up in Halifax or can be mailed anywhere in Canada.
Graham Thomas Rose is a yellow, fragrant David Austin rose.
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Graham Thomas Rose (David Austin) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
Graham Thomas Rose was voted World's Favourite Rose by 41 rose societies in 2009. Recipient of the prestigious awards like Award of Garden Merit (1993), James Mason Award (2000), among others. Very disease resistant. Excellent repeat bloomer: blooms from late spring until frost. Lovely fragrance with hints of tea. Can grow in full sun or partial shade; can tolerate areas with 3-4 hours of sun or those in dappled shade. USDA hardiness zone: 5. Survives the winter in Halifax area and Yarmouth. In other areas: after the first hard frost, pile up about a foot of soil around the base of the rose. It survives most winters, but once every few years the top growth may be lost, but it will regrow. Graham Thomas Rose can be grown in a large container. Protect in a heated garage over the winter, unless planted directly in the ground. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won't be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won't mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting "potted plant" option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides  
David Austin rose: James Galway
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James Galway (David Austin rose) (Sun or Shade) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
David Austin rose James Galway is a vigorous, wonderful climber. Suitable for growing in full sun, part shade, and even in low sunlight. Reblooms throughout the season. Can be grown as a shrub or trained as a climber. Very disease resistant.   USDA hardiness zone: 6. Survives the winter in Halifax area and Yarmouth. In other areas of Nova Scotia: after the first hard frost, pile up about a foot of soil around the base of the rose. Wrap in burlap for the winter. Some branches may be lost, but it will regrow in spring, as long as it is planted deeply and the additional soil adds protection around the lower branches. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won't be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won't mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting "potted plant" option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides