Northline Saskatoon is a native shrub that's famous for its great-tasting fruit. The berries are terrific for fresh eating and cooking. The Saskatoon bush itself can be quite large and produces an abundance fruit. Saskatoons are hardy and can tolerate partial shade and a variety of growing conditions.
The Northline Saskatoon is popular because it seldom gets over 8 feet in height which makes it ideal for U-Pick orchards and over-row harvester equipment. The uniform ripening of the berries in full clusters and the desirable sweet taste also make this variety a favourite.
These two-year-old Northline Saskatoon seedlings are cold hardy and provide a quick way to get berry producing bushes. The Northline Saskatoon is a very productive and freely suckering berry bush that produces large and tasty berries.
Stock Type: Bareroot Age: 2 year (P+1) Size: 20-50 cm (8-19.5")
Zone: 1a Height: 5 m (16 ft) Spread: 3 m (10 ft) Moisture: normal Light: partial shade, full sun Fall colour: orange to red Berries: produces large edible berries great for eating raw Growth rate: fast Life span: short Maintenance: low Suckering: medium Pollution tolerance: low
Other names: alder-leaf shadbush, dwarf shadbush, pacific serviceberry, pigeon berry, western juneberry, western serviceberry