The Meristema® Company can offer a wide range of sizes on this product, from 84-hole plateaus to 11 × 11 pots. Rootstock widely used in Italy and abroad for the cultivation of peach and plum trees on calcareous soil, with good productivity results in the field even in poorly irrigated environments. The good grafting affinity makes this rootstock very widespread throughout the national territory.


Apricot and peach rootstock. Its vigour is very high and with a good grafting affinity. It is suitable for calcareous and dry soils. Its productivity is good and with an early entry into production and a high fruit size. The polloniferous activity is contained.

Fruit plants



The cv. Hayward is the most cultivated green-fleshed kiwi in Italy for its easy adaptability to the territory and above all for its productivity. Fruit much appreciated on the market and of good size. The company produces produces plants in 60-45 holes traies possible to plan in 13x13x17 pots to have a plant ready for direct cultivation in the field.


The cv. Tomuri is the male kiwi mainly intended for pollination of var. of kiwifruit with late flowering (ex: Hayward). In the Maori language, Tomuri means late flowering. Tomuri can pollinate up to 8 – 10 female kiwifruit, one male for every 4 – 5 female is recommended. The company produces plants in 60-45 holes traies possible to plan in 13x13x17 pots to have a plant ready for direct cultivation in the field.

Small fruits



The Autumn bliss raspberry is an early ripening variety with a marked pollon activity. Productivity is medium to high. The fruit, of medium size, conical shape and bright red color, has an excellent flavor and high consistency. It fits well in cold northern climates.


The Willamette raspberry is an unifera variety, with a marked polloniferous activity and adaptability even to heavy and clayey soils. Its earliness of production makes it sensitive to spring frosts; it does not fit well in areas where the winter cold is prolonged. The fruit is suitable for machine harvesting, it lends itself well to all processes including freezing. Flowering in June and concentrated in two weeks. The fruit has a medium-large size.



Lonicera kamtschatica, improperly called “Siberian Blueberry”, is a medium-vigorous shrub that produces plum and elongated blue fruits. The production of this plant is usually destined more for processing than for fresh consumption and is particularly appreciated by the industry for its vitamin and antioxidant properties. The growing demand from the market for “berries” for health reasons is increasing more and more interest in this crop as well.



Variety of blueberry with very early ripening and gradual ripening, in fact it lasts about five weeks. Its fruits are medium-large in size, sweet, aromatic and have a good consistency.


The variety of American giant blueberry Duke stands out for its early harvest, high adaptability and resistance to cold.
The fruits are suitable for fresh consumption and processing, large calibre. Medium-low vigour shrub. Not afraid of the cold. Good productivity. Early ripening. Blueberries of medium homogeneous size, of a beautiful intense colour, very prunes. The fruits are well distributed in the crown and are easy to detach. Pleasant flavour.


Very interesting variety of American giant blueberry. It has a fairly persistent leaf so it is sensitive to cold returns. It is important to choose a well exposed and not windy position. The fruits are of good size and tasty.
Vigorous shrub, with an upright and broadly spreading habit. Particularly sensitive to late frosts. Intermediate Maturation. Blueberries of medium size and excellent quality. The bloom on the fruit is persistent and the berries are easy to pick. Excellent organoleptic characteristics: the fruits are sweet and aromatic.


Lycium barbarum, the botanical name of the plant that produces Goji berries, is a perennial, rustic shrub, native to the Himalayan regions of Asia, with a rather vigorous growth.


Mid-ripening blueberry variety with high and constant production. High taste qualities, particularly aromatic.



Very vigorous variety of blackberry without thorns and with a good rusticity, in particular a good resistance even to the coldest climates. Chester produces medium-sized blackberries, a deep black colour that can discolour slightly in the sun. It is suitable for both fresh consumption and processing. Shoots without thorns, very vigorous and productive. Upright bearing that needs support. Late ripening. The fruits are of medium size, dark.


Loch Ness is an almost completely thorn less blackberry. It produces fruits of a nice shiny black and large size. The excellent shelf life and resistance to handling (in particular to freezing) make it suitable for both the fresh market and industry. Also easy to collect. Very vigorous and productive unarmed shoots, almost devoid of thorns. Requires scaffolding. The productive branches tend to remain outside the plant and thus allow for easier harvesting. Intermediate as a harvest period, a fairly long period given the rather slow ripening of the fruits. Blackberry of considerable size, of a beautiful glossy black colour. Great flavour.