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Extremely Hardy Plants

Feb 28, 2013

For our friends in Alaska and northern regions of the US, the following plants will survive very cold temperatures and many will produce abundant crops of delicious fruit. These plants should all be hardy to minus 25°F. or below.

This list is a work in progress and we’d love to hear your experiences with these and other plants.

Akebia Cranberry Lingonberry
Amur Grape Crimson Glory Vine Lowbush Blueberries
American Persimmon Currants Magnolia Vine
Apple European Pears Mountain Ash
Arctic Beauty Kiwi Fruiting & Flowering Quince Plums
Aronia Gooseberries Rugosa Rose
Autumn Olive Goumi Sea Berry
Beautyberry Hardy Kiwi Siberian Stone Pine
Chestnut Highbush Cranberry Tristar Strawberry
Cornelian Cherry Honeyberry Wintergreen
Crabapple Korean Stone Pine  

 

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