All you need to know about Saskatoons - the delicious new superfood berry - is in The Telegraph this month.
Its full name is Amelanchier alnifolia, but this popular plant has many other names including the Pacific serviceberry, the western serviceberry, alder-leaf shadbush, dwarf shadbush or western juneberry.
They're considered a superfood - in fact, they contain even more antioxidants and anthocyanins than blueberries - and you can grow them in your garden.
We have five varieties of Saskatoon that we will be supplying to garden centres all over the UK this autumn, they come as small bushes and do not get more than a metre or two tall. They can even be grown in pots. What's not to love?
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