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    Full TSA Share

    Sign up for our 2017 Full Share

    A weekly box typically contains 8 to 13 items listed by season. A weekly newsletter is provided that keeps members informed about what is happening in the garden, upcoming events, recipes and food storage ideas. Seasonal cooking classes featuring recipes including the produce of the week will be offered at Mazopiya at no cost to TSA members.

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    6-Month Full TSA Egg Share


    1 Dozen Eggs for 26 weeks.

    Pickup sites: Wozupi and Mazopiya.

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    6-Month Half TSA Egg Share


    1/2 Dozen Eggs for 26 weeks.

    Pickup sites: Wozupi and Mazopiya.

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  • American Black Elderberry Bush

    American Black Elderberry Bush


    Sambucus canadensis. A native thicket-forming shrub that reaches up to 12 feet. It is decorative when in bloom in the spring time. Excellent for wildlife, and has many culinary and medicinal uses.

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  • American Hazelnut Tree

    American Hazelnut Tree


    Corylus americana. Fast growing thicket forming shrub with sweet edible nuts. Height 3 to 12ft. Spread 3 to 10ft. Orange to brick red fall foliage. Nuts mature in July/August. Good wildlife value. Need two or more trees planted together for pollination.

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  • American Plum Tree

    American Plum Tree


    Prunus americana. These trees are produced from wild plum tree seeds sourced from the southern parts of Minnesota. Trees may vary in size, fruit qualities, and suckering tendencies.  Plums are good for fresh eating or preserves and jellies. Trees may be planted into windbreaks and riparian plantings or pruned as a single specimen.  Have a somewhat shallow root system.  Grow 8 to 10 feet tall. Full sun to partial shade. Grow in all soil types and are drought tolerant.

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  • Anne Raspberry Bush

    Anne Raspberry Bush


    Anne raspberry is a large-fruited fall bearer. Fruit holds a light yellow color and is highly productive. Anne’s excellent size, apperance, and very sweet flavor make it an excellent choice. 

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  • Aronia



    Aronia melanocarpa. A splendid ornamental shrub. White flowers in May followed by 1/4″ edible black fruits that hang on well into winter. Brilliant reddish purple fall foliage. Aronia berries can be eaten fresh, used for baking, jams, juice and wine. Extremely high in antioxidants. Self-fruitful.

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  • Berry Blue Honeyberry Bush

    Berry Blue Honeyberry Bush


    Large blueberry-like tasting fruits are great for fresh eating, making jams and jellies, or baked into pies. This vigorous variety is perfect for backyard gardeners or for a full orchard. Use as a pollinator for Tundra and Borealis. Hardy and drought tolerant.

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  • BlackIce™ Plum Tree

    BlackIce™ Plum Tree


    BlackIce™ is a cross between a cherry plum and a conventional Japanese dessert plum resulting in large fruit with superior winter hardiness and an early ripening date. Has been shown to be hardy and produce fruit in zone 3b. Naturally compact growth habit makes it easy to manage. Use Toka or American Plum for pollination. Height 8-12′.

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    Bluebell Grape Vine


    Resembles ‘Concord’ in size and color but with more tender skin and greater hardiness. Very good table quality. Should be used in northern areas as a substitute for ‘Concord’. Ripens in early to mid-September in Minnesota. Self-fruitful. 

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  • Borealis Honeyberry Bush

    Borealis Honeyberry Bush


    Honeyberry’s taste has been compared to blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and black currants. You can eat them fresh, bake into pies or make into jams or jellies. Borealis an excellent source of antioxidants and Vitamin C. Needs Berry Blue or Cinderella for fruit set.

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