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- Friday, November 30, 2007
An excellent alternative
Reviewed By: Scott Brooks-Miller (Table Grove, Illinois)
I have tried traditional blueberry plants for years and could never get the ph balance correct and the plants ended up dying. Now I have great blueberries and a wonderful landscape plant. This is a great secret!
- Wednesday, January 09, 2008
Reviewed By: Teresa Sink (Galt, California)
If you've ever enjoyed Juneberry Jam in the Dakotas, this is the same berry! I used to live in North Dakota and really missed eating the Juneberries that seem to grow everywhere there. I was THRILLED to find the plants at Gurneys. Now I can enjoy them here in California... I just cant wait to get them and plant them! Thanks Gurneys!
- 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.
- 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