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We have our Haskap plants for sale.  These are currently Farm sales only.  Due to the heavy demand, we would not be able to track inventory if they were also on the online store, so these must be purchased here at the farm.  These are first come, first served, will not hold plants.  We will have more in July and will put them on the online store so our out of town customers will be available to pre-order then.  Our business hours are Wed-Sun 2-7pm.

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We have added our Haskap plants to the online store.   Click here to view our Haskap selections .

Haskap varieties

When trying to choose names for our Haskap plants, we decided to use words from the native language of the Ainu people.  Since Japan is their ancestral home, we wanted to honor that connection.

Although we have different varieties of Haskaps, you will find they are very similar to each other and are all Alaska hardy.  We had stringent grading criteria during our breeding process and culled through thousands of individual plants to end up with the varieties we believe are the best of the best. 

Remember that Haskaps require 2 different plants to pollinate.  Although each of these varieties has its own distinctive DNA/genes, they will all flower during the same time frame.  This is extremely important for our short growing season.

All of the same growing techniques can be used for all of our Haskap varieties.  You can read more on our plant care page.  When selecting plants, keep in mind you need 2 different varieties as cross-pollination is what allows the plants to produce the fruit. 

All of our Haskaps are propagation prohibited except for your own personal use.  Visit our online store for purchasing plants.  We do NOT ship plants.  All plants must be picked up at the farm.

  • Ekashi. The name Ekashi means "Ancient one, one's ancestors".  This plant will proudly have many descendants to carry on its great traits.  This plant grows to 5-6' tall and about 5' around and is a very upright plant that produces abundant dark blue, cylinder shaped berries.  All of our Haskaps have a sweet-tart taste that is hard to describe.  The skin is a deep indigo blue and the flesh is a brilliant dark crimson when ripe.  The fruit is elongated and tubular, averaging an inch long.  Ekashi should produce 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Typical harvest time for our area is mid to late July. 
  • Ekatnu. The name Ekatnu means "to be fond of, or to love".   We selected this variety because we loved everything about it.  Hardy, productive, easy to care for are just a few of its attributes.  Large tubular shaped berries that are sweet with just a bit of tart for a pleasant accent.  The fruit will make great pies, jams, syrups, or wines.  Typical growth habit as our other Haskaps, upright averaging 5-6' tall.  Ekatnu should produce 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Typical harvest time for our area is mid to late July. 
  • Ikera.  The name Ikera means, "nice heart".  Sweet tasting berry that is also very productive.  Usually yields 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Nice upright growing habit.  The berries are deep blue and average 3/4-1 inch long and full of flavor.  Grows 5-6' tall and about 4-5' around.   Ikera should produce 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Typical harvest time for our area is mid to late July.
  • Kando.  The name Kando means "heaven".  Heaven it is!  Big juicy dark blue berries that are packed in flavor. Yields 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Grows 5-6' tall and about 5' around.  A sure winner to have in your plantings.  Kando should produce 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Typical harvest time for our area is mid to late July.
  • Kimoro.  The name Kimoro means, "among the mountains".  A very fitting name since you can see Mount Redoubt as you drive towards our farm. Grows 5-6' tall and about 5' around. Upright growth habit with berries that average 1" long. Very tasty with a deep blue skin and dark crimson colored flesh.  Kimoro should produce 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Typical harvest time for our area is mid to late July.
  • Kitayna.  The name Kitayna means, "top".  It is one of our top plants. Very flavorful berries that have a dark blue skin with deep reddish purple flesh that will yield 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Berries are tubular shaped and about an inch long.  Upright growth habit makes for easy picking.  Grows 5-6' tall and about 5' around.  Typical harvest time for our area is mid to late July.
  • Kirora.  The name Kirora means, "able bodied, strong." And this plant lives up to its name.  All of our Haskaps are extremely hardy for the south-central Alaska area and these tough plants thrive here at our farm.  Big juicy berries with average yields of 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature. Grows 5-6' tall and about 5' around; another sure winner.  Typical harvest time for our area is mid to late July.
  • Paskuma.  The name Paskuma means, "to tell old stories, to teach your grandchildren." Haskaps are long lived plants that will live 20+ years with the right care.  Some have lived to be 50-60 years old!  You will be able to teach your children and their children all about this amazing plant.  Grows 5-6' tall and about 5' around.  Berries are sweet-tart tasting and are cylinder shaped.  Paskuma should produce 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Typical harvest time for our area is mid to late July.
  • Sakusa.  The name Sakusa means, "scent, smell".  Once you have tasted and smelled these berries, you will fall in love them.  Dark blue skin with deep crimson colored flesh, berries are sweet tasting and are cylinder/tubular shaped.  Grows 5-6' tall and about 5' around.  Sakusa should produce 7-12 pounds of fruit per plant when mature.  Typical harvest time for our area is mid to late July.
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