Khaki apple or Japanese apple is a very attractive plant. Khaki apple originates from Japan, and the fruits are very tasty and medicinal, they are used to treat inflammation of the intestines, stomach diseases and high blood pressure.
Goji seedlings come from North Asia and are mostly grown in China. The fruit is soft and rubbery red-orange, sweet taste. The fruits are rich in vitamins B1, B2, vitamin C and vitamin E.
Blackberry seedlings grow luxuriantly and produce four to five shoots. They have great resistance to pests, diseases and low temperatures. This variety of blackberry is very fertile and gives a very large fruit of about 9 grams, which is elongated and very black. The fruits arrive for picking in mid-July.
Chestnut seedlings can grow very high up to 25 meters. A tree lasts a very long time, up to 500 years, and can bear 200 kilograms of fruit. The fruit of the chestnut is rounded flat and smooth, it has a very high nutritional value. The leaves are serrated and oblong.
Josta seedlings (thorny gooseberries) were created by crossing gooseberries and black currants. I prefer oval fruits weighing about 3 grams that have a sour taste and the fruits can be eaten fresh. The fruits are picked in the first half of July. It is very rich in vitamin C and many other vitamins and minerals. It begins to give birth in the third year.
RED, BLACK CURRANT
Black currant (Titanium) seedlings are woody plants that grow bushy to a height of about 2 meters. They can be shaped by cutting, it is recommended to shorten the seedlings to 15 cm before planting in order to strengthen and branch them, and leave 6 to 8 strongest shoots the following year.
Miker raspberry seedlings were created in 1967 in the USA. The color of the fruit is medium red, and the fruits themselves are very firm, medium-sized and very tasty.
Vilamet raspberry seedlings give large dark red fruits that arrive in mid-May. Seedlings reach a height of up to 3 meters. It enjoys plenty of sun and requires regular watering and fertilizing to achieve the best yields.