no longer available Saskatoon Berry (Amelanchier alnifolia) THIESSEN

Productive variety, blooms and ripens earlier than other Saskatoons. Preferred by amateurs. Shrub attractive to insects and birds. Recommended for direct consumption, cooking, baking, jams and jellies.

Vigour: strong-growing shrub, up to 5 m high. Young plants are characterized by a raised and compact plant shape, older shrubs tend to spread (width up to 6 m). Formation of root shoots moderate to intensive. Long-lived shrub, reaching up to 70 years. In autumn the leaves turn yellow.
Blossom: mid-April, self-fertile, flowers white, blooms profusely
Fruits: large, up to 1.7 cm in diameter, almost round, bluish-black with a faint coating, juicy, sweet taste. In loose clusters 6 – 12 pieces.
Harvest season: early, mid-June, unevenly
Disease resistance: not too sensitive to fungal diseases, or pests
Frost resistance: high

Details and Specifications
Pot growing plant: yes

Write a review

    Bad           Good

Saskatoon Berry (Amelanchier alnifolia) THIESSEN

We ship using GLS Parcel Service

View shipping costs

Please email us if you have questions at