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Since 1964

Serres Jasmin - Fruits et Légumes Jasmin, Filles et Fils

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Serres Jasmin - Fruits et Légumes Jasmin, Filles et Fils, Horticulteurs
Since 1964, Les Serres Jasmin – Fruits et Légumes offer a wide selection of foliages, exotic plants and floral arrangements. Also, they offer a large variety of vegetables from the province of Quebec.

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  • Opening period : Open year round
  • Production location : Ville Mercier
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  • Phone : 514.891.2165
  • Phone : 450.691.4596
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    Red Radish

    Deliciously fresh and crunchy, slightly peppery.



    Fresh bean

    Yellow or green beans. Yellow beans have a milder and sweeter taste than green beans. They are delicious blanched, then lightly sautéed with a knob of butter. Raw food lovers can eat them just as they are!



    Red Currant

    Tiny tart berry. Great for jelly-making!



    Québec raspberry

    Small, sweet red berry with a slight tang. Buy them fresh and don't forget to freeze some for the rest of the year! You don't really need us to tell you how to enjoy this fruit! Indulge yourself and eat it as you wish: fresh, with yogurt, cereals, in a pie, jam, or salad ... the possibilities are endless!



    Québec strawberry

    Small red berries, freshly picked! From sweet to very sweet... it's Mother Nature who decides!



    Asparagus from Quebec

    Discovered to the antique in Eurasia, it’s the first vegetable of the summer in Quebec. Short-term product in cool temperature, it’s very important to make a good choise. They must be firms, supples and resistants in the break, have a well ear and not be too dry or crumple on the base.
    To cook them, no peel, remove only the base and put in a cauldron of slightly salted boiling water, about ten minutes. Serve them with lemon and oil, with a vinaigrette or simply nature; you will be crazy about it!

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