BC Eco Seed Co-op is 18 farmers growing & providing 100% local organic & ecological seeds. Every little bit of support counts! Thimbleberry also grows in the UK, Denmark, Czech Republic, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Norway, Sweden, Ukraine and in Australia (Queensland, WA, Victoria and Tasmania). An experiment conducted on the germination of seeds collected from British Columbia, Canada, showed that mineral soil was superior to forest floor as a germination substrate, and that germination rates of R. parviflorus seeds decreased with depth of burial (McGee and Feller, 1993). 04. Please help us expand to increase seed security in BC. Canada Domestic Mustard seed is Classified as: Domestic Mustard Seed, Yellow, Canada comes from white/Yellow mustard plant with Approximate size from 2 mm or less in diameter, Shape: Spherical or Oval. Thimbleberry is a ubiquitous flowering woody shrub of the Pacific Northwest, and although quite common, provides a stunning display of soft, velvety green foliage and delicate white flowers. In Canada Mustard is mainly categorized into 4 Grades: No .01 Canada No. Now is a great time to support local organizations like BC Eco Seed Co-op who are working to expand their seed-saving capacity right here in our province. Edible Parts Thimbleberry fruits are smaller, flatter, and softer than raspberries, and have many small seeds. The spring floral display is followed by small, edible berries with a sweet-tart flavor, loved by both birds and humans alike. 02 Canada No.03 Canada No. The species we will keep clearly in mind throughout July, patiently waiting for their delectable fruits to ripen, is the Thimbleberry, Rubus parviflorus (ROO-bus par-vi-FLOR-us). The Canada Anemone, Canada Dogwood, Highbush Cranberry, Oxeye Daisy, Red Dogwood and the Thimbleberry are decked out in their immaculate white.