$500 / year
$100 / 2 month period
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People interested in growing Haskap bushes in their gardens or yards are encouraged to make inquiries to their local nurseries or garden centres. As with many hardy bushes they can be planted anytime in the growing season. Just remember to ask about purchasing a correct pollinator variety to go with your favorite eating variety.
For more information about growing these delicious berries view the slideshow on the About Haskap page.
There are more and more orchards springing up across Canada. From the Yukon to Newfoundland, from the prairies to the mountains, landowners are diversifying their commodity crops with Haskap. With new and untapped markets domestically and internationally there is a huge potential for success in this industry.
Small: 10 – 1,000 bushes
Medium: 1,000 – 10,000 bushes
Large: 10,000 – 100,000 bushes
The Map on our website identifies growers Haskap berry growers and producers who are members of the Haskap Canada Association. Follow the links on their map marker to find their contact information – many producers have their own webpages and emails to contact them for information, plants, and products.
Currently most orchards who are producing commercially viable crops are approximately 5 – 10 years old and generally have small – medium sized orchards. The first commercially oriented orchard was planted in 2009. The newer orchard growers, within 0 – 5 years old, are mostly growing large size orchards and will have enough commercially viable product to able to sell to fulfill domestic and internationals markets that are already having a difficult time meeting their demands for the coveted Haskap berry. This means that there is good potential for orchard growers to see healthy returns on their investments within the next 10 – 15 years.
The following link below provides an overview of propagator companies who sell Haskap seedlings.