Product review for Saskatoon Blueberry
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- Monday, May 23, 2011
great little plants
Reviewed By: Stephanei (Pipestone, Minnesota)
My plants arrived 2 weeks ago, little more than small twigs with roots. I planted then immediately. Now just 2 weeks later they are fully leafed out and growing very fast! The big one has already grown 6 inches and put off leaves of it's own, and the little one one has grown about 4in. I can't wait until next year to see if it starts to produce. I will definitely be buying more next year to start a hedge row. I couldn't be happier!
- Thursday, October 14, 2010
Reviewed By: John (Madison, SD)
Delicious berry but I have found them VERRY difficult to establish and slow growing
- Saturday, July 10, 2010
not so great
Reviewed By: Aimee (Saratoga, NY)
I got 2 Saskatoon "stems" for my boyfriend because he grew up in Saskatchewan. I planted both of them right away and I've been pretty unimpressed. One of them was tiny when it arrived and has hardly grown an inch. The leaves it does have are developing brown spots. It just seems stunted. The second one is a little better, but it was much bigger when it arrived. It has a healthier leaf cover and has probably doubled in height. We're going up to Saskatoon later this year, so I'm going to see if I can get a better stock shipped to us.
- Tuesday, March 04, 2008
Great Looking Plants
Reviewed By: Tom Ashton (Wellsville, Utah)
I have tried traditional blueberries for the past two years. I cannot seem to get the pH right so I am trying Saskatoons or as they are known here, serviceberries. They are native to our area and should do great. I received my plants today from Gurneys. They were bigger than expected, properly packaged, and sweated out in transit. Buds have broken and they are ready to plant. They look just great. I am really pleased with what I received.
- Monday, February 04, 2008
Reviewed By: Mary michael (Livingston, MT)
I had a volunteer bush grow with some aspen transplants I took from the ranch to the city. Not knowing what the twig was that was coming up next to the aspen, for two years I mowed it down. I finally let it grow and it was a Saskatoon or Juneberry bush. Beautiful flowers in spring, wonderful berries in summer. I enjoyed it for two years until my daughters dog chewed it off and it never came back! For sure I am buying more, but the dog is not getting near these.