cornus mas ElegantnyjUkrainian Cultivar.

Average fruit weight 5g. Sugar content 9,1%. Average yield from an about 15 year old shrub 30kg. It is the earliest ripening cultivar of all – fruits begin to ripen in early to mid August. Ripe fruits don’t drop down!
Slow growing cultivar, reaching 2m in height and 2,5m in width.

cornus mas Koraowyj MarkaSeedling selection from Jantarnyj.

Average fruit weight 5,8g. Sugar content 12,7%. One of the tastiest ukrainian varieties. Average yield from an about 15 year old shrub 36kg. Fruits are ripening in mid August.

cornus mas FlavaOne of the oldiest varieties, known since the 17th century. Fruits are average in size, shiny yellow, very tasty, with a distinct pineapple flavour. Ripening time is in August. In some years it is the earliest variety. Strong growing shrub, with a wide, loose habit, average productive.

cornus mas WydubieckijUkrainian Cultivar.

Average fruit weight 6,5g. Sugar content 7,5%. One of the most productive cultivars average yield from an about 15 year old shrub 50kg. Ripening time is the latter part of August.

cornus mas DublanyPolish variety bred in Arboretum Bolestraszyce.

The vitamin C level of the fruits changes from year to year but they have a high sugar (13%) and pectin content. They ripen in the latter part of August and drop off soon.
A moderate growing shrub with a typical broad pyramidal crown.

cornus mas P5Variety introduced by our nursery. Fruits are big, pear shaped, with excellent full flavour. Ripening time is in the latter part of August.

Productive, slowly growing, with a broad pyramidal crown, 3m in height and width.

cornus mas JuliuszPolish variety bred in Arboretum Bolestraszyce.

Fruits begin to ripen at the end of August. Sugar content is 10%. They are good for pickle. This variety has the shortest harvest time within the Polish varieties, somewhat less than one month.
A strong growing shrub with a wide spreading crown.

cornus mas SzaferPolish variety bred in Arboretum Bolestraszyce.

An outstanding variety that bears delicious fruits with a very high vitamin C and sugar (16%) content and an average pectin content. They ripen at the end of August. This variety has the longest and constant harvest time within the Polish varieties, over one and half month.
A moderate growing shrub with a typical broad conical crown.

cornus mas BolestraszyckiPolish variety bred in Arboretum Bolestraszyce.

Bears the biggest fruits within the Polish cultivars. They have a high vitamin C and pectin content and a very high sugar content (14%). Ripening time is at the end of August. The harvest time is long but variable in consecutive years.
A moderate growing shrub with a typical broad conical crown.

cornus mas SwietljaczokUkrainian cultivar with one of the biggest fruits – on an average of about 7g and maximum over 11g!. Sugar content 9,7%. Ripening time is from the beginning of September. Ripe fruits don’t drop down! After harvest they are pretty good for storage. Average yield from an about 15 year old shrub 50kg.
A moderate growing shrub with a rounded crown 2,5m in height and 3m in width.

cornus mas PaczoskiPolish variety bred in Arboretum Bolestraszyce.

Fruits have an average content of vitamin C, sugar (12%) and pectin. They begin to ripen from the beginning of September. The harvest time is long but variable, in good years it could last over two months.
A moderate growing shrub with a typical broad conical crown.

cornus mas JantarnyjUkrainian cultivar with yellow fruits. It bears large crops - average yield from an about 15 year old shrub 40kg. The fruits are tasty and about 3,5g weight. Sugar content 9,6%. Fruits are ripening in the early part of September and drop down. They do not store well.
A moderate growing shrub with a broad pyramidal crown.

cornus mas MacrocarpaOld cultivar that bears abundant crops of strikingly large, pear-shaped fruits. Ripening time is September/October.
A slowly growing shrub reaching 2,5m in height.

cornus mas JolicoAustrian variety. The dark red fruits are big, about 5g and ripen in September/October as one of the last. Therefore they need a warm autumn to get full flavour. Jolico starts to set fruits at a very young age – often there are a dozen flower buds on a one year old plant.
It is selfsterile.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other cultivars from the Bolestraszyce release available: Słowianin, Kresowiak, Podolski, Florianka.