We offer accurately picked, well rooted, and of highest quality haskap seedlings for the lowest possible prices. Sorts available are: Wojtek, Zojka, Aurora, Honeybee, Indigo Gem, Baczkarskij Velikan, Leningradzkij Velikan, Vasilevskaja, Vostorg.
We are taking orders for 2019 and 2020.
Price list (when ordering more than 100 pieces, for orders over 10000 pieces we prepare the prices individually):
- 1,5-litre pot: 1,75 EUR
- P9 pot: from 0,80 to 1,20 EUR (depending on the number and height)
cell plug trays:
- 100-1000 pieces: from 0,47 to 0,55 EUR
- 1001-5000 pieces: from 0,45 to 0,53 EUR
- 5001-10000 pieces: from 0,42 to 0,50 EUR
- More than 10000 pieces: individual price.
Wojtek – this variety is considered to be one of the tastiest. Because it has been selected in Poland, it is great for cultivation in similar conditions across Europe. The bushes can survive up to 35 years. It needs slightly acidic, sandy-clayey soil, however it can also grow on indifferent and alkaline soils. It needs sunny or slightly shady territory. This variety does not need much care, the plantation should only be fertilized a little but weeds need to be removed and the territory should be watered when needed. High immunity to drought and colds (up to -45 degrees). We recommend planting at least two different haskap varieties next to each other, in order to influence the fructification of the bushes. They start to blossom in April, and in May/June first fruit start ripening (big-sized, up to 3 cm in length). A fruitful variety with up to 5 kg of berries from each bush.
Zojka – this variety was selected in Poland. Recommended to be planted next to Wojtek in as a pollinator. It needs slightly acidic, sandy-clayey soils, however it can also grow on indifferent and alkaline soils. It does not need a lot of attention, the plantation should just be fertilized a bit, free of weeds, and watered when needed. This is an early variety, which blossoms and bears fruit a few days before Wojtek does. Gives up to 4 kg from each bush. Immune to low temperatures and bears fruit for up to 30 years. We recommend planting at least two different haskap varieties next to each other, in order to influence the fructification of the bushes.