Prince George Fruit

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Prince George Fruit (PGF) is a small plant nursery in Prince George, British Columbia. We specialize in making small inexpensive fruit producing plants available for gardeners in our area. Our goal is to push the boundaries of the quality, quantity, and diversity of fruit grown in Prince George and the surrounding region.

Initially we are offering Sour Cherries ('Juliet', 'Romeo', & 'Crimson Passion') and Haskaps ('Boreal Beauty' & 'Boreal Beast') from the University of Saskatchewan. We also have Raspberry ('Red-Bounty'), Blackberry (Illiny), and Apple Rootstock ('Ottawa-3') for grafting. In future years we hope to expand to offer Blueberries, Apples, Pears, Grapes, Plums, Saskatoons, Strawberries, Currants, Gooseberries, and Kiwis.

All prices are in CAD.

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PG Fruit Pack


Starting a new garden? Want it all? This is the option for you! Includes 7 plants. 20% off!

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Haskap from U of S


Haskaps are 1.5 to 2m shrubs which produce delicious rectangular blue berrries. The flavour is unique and hard to describe. Some people say they taste like a cross between a raspberry and a blueberry.

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Dwarf Sour Cherries from U of S


Dwarf Sour Cherries are similar to the commercial sweet cherries you are likely familiar with though they are slightly smaller and more acidic. Don't let the "sour" put you off! We can confirm that these cherries are very delicious and very sweet.

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We currently offer one variety of Raspberry. Red Bounty is described as having "large (19.9 millimetre), flavourful, round bright red fruit that is excellent for processing and easily detached for picking."

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We currently offer one variety of Blackberry. Illiny is one of the very few very cold hardy varieties of Blackberry. It is reported to have a good flavour assuming you can pick it "without losing a pint of blood".

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Ottawa-3 Apple Rootstock


Do you have an apple tree that produces great apples? Do you want to make more trees just like it? If so, then you need a rootstock for grafting!

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