goji, wild strawberries, raspberry plants, blackberry canes
plants from my private, organic garden, with no pesticides and no herbicides used -------------------- raspberry canes (please read below) and blackberry canes; plants/canes between $5 -$10 the best time to transplant them is fall/early spring
Heritage Red Rasberry canes - Cold-hardy. Fall-bearing (everbearing) primocane with a summer crop. Floricane berries ripen in July. Primocane berries ripen in September through frost. Self-pollinating.
goji berries - young plants - $5 gooseberries - young plants - $10 and $5 blackcurrant - very young plants - $3 and $5 -------------------------- other plants and herbs: wild strawberries (with tiny, fragrant fruits) - 2 for $1 perennial herbs: chives, garlic chives, leeks, garden sorrel (spinach dock), maggi (lovage), oregano, thyme and lemon thyme, melissa (lemon balm, balm mint), mint and chocolate mint
perennials: hostas, brunnera, sedum
seeds: leeks, chives, garlic chives, garlic, summer savory, spinach, lettuce, basil and dill flower seeds: calendula officinalis, nasturtium - both are edible, often used to add color to salads or added to dishes as a garnish and in lieu of saffron; zinnias
East Mississauga (Dixie & Bloor, Dixie & Burnhamthorpe) - view the map above please email or text at 416 220 8769 or call evenings (past 6 pm) weekdays or all day/weekends