Category: Raspberry Canes

Raspberry Canes - Versailles X12 - Primocane 0

Raspberry Canes – Versailles X12 – Primocane

Get Extra Large Raspberries From This Brilliant Variety Versailles On Raspberry Plants That Are Thornless And Grow Nice And Upright. Extra-large Red Fruit Abounds On These Raspberry Plants From August And Into September And They Come Back Year After Year.ideal To Harvest With All The Family As The Raspberry Are Large And The Stems Are Thornless. Every One Of Your 12 Plants Will Produce A Punnet Of Raspberries Every Year. Your Plants Give You A Good Harvest Of Fruit For Around Seven Years So That Around A Total Of 84 Punnets. The Savings You Make Growing Your Own Raspberries Is Amazing, Working Out At Around 30p A Punnet.simply Cut The Stems That Fruited In Autumn To The Ground The Following Spring And Put Down A Generous Layer Of Bulky Compost Around The Base Of The Stems To Feed The Plants- Raspberries Are Particularly Hungry.your Plant Will Arrive As Bare-root Specimens, Inspected And Certified By Defra, Ready To Plant From Autumn Through To Early Spring Around 30cm (12in) Apart.remove All Packaging From Your Bare Root Plant And Steep The Roots In Water While Preparing The Ground For Planting. Plant Immediately If You Can, Or Place Plants Temporarily In A Cool, Airy Position With The Roots Covered Loosely In Soil For A Maximum Of A Couple Of Days Before Planting In Their Permanent Position.

Raspberry Canes - Versailles X6 - Primocane 0

Raspberry Canes – Versailles X6 – Primocane

A Free-fruiting Primocane Raspberry Variety, That Forms Extra-long Conical Fruit On First-year Old Spineless Wood. Support Canes As They Grow In Spring, And Once The Fruit Forms In Their First Late-summer They Abound Around The Plant, Bright-coloured And Easy To Pick.simply Cut Fruited Stems To The Ground In The Spring Of Each Year And Add A Generous Layer Of Manure Or Organic Matter Around The Base Of The Canes To Feed The Soil.your Plant Will Arrive As Bare-root Specimens, Inspected And Certified By Defra, Ready To Plant From Autumn Through To Early Spring Around 30cm (12in) Apart.remove All Packaging From Your Bare Root Plant And Steep The Roots In Water While Preparing The Ground For Planting. Plant Immediately If You Can, Or Place Plants Temporarily In A Cool, Airy Position With The Roots Covered Loosely In Soil For A Maximum Of A Couple Of Days Before Planting In Their Permanent Position.

Raspberry Ruby Beauty 5l Potted Plant 0

Raspberry Ruby Beauty 5l Potted Plant

Enjoy Picking Delicious Raspberries Off This Dwarf Variety That Allows Easy Picking From Thornless Stems. Sweet Raspberries Come Out In Large Number On This Handy Soft Fruit Plant, Perfect For Growing On Your Patio Or Balcony.how Your Plant Arrives?plants Arrive To You In A 5 Litre Pot With An Already-established Root Network. The Pot Is Wrapped In A Polythene Bag To Keep The Root Area Moist And Kept In Place With A Layer Of Corrugated Cardboard To Keep It Secured In Transit.this Is Further Placed In A Paper Bag Which Is How It Arrives To You. Simply Remove All Layers And Replant To A Larger Container, Firming In Well.you Can Transplant Containerised Plants At Any Time Of The Year, Just Avoid Transplanting Into Frozen Soils In Winter Or In Summer In The Midday Sun.can’t Plant Straight Away?you Can Keep Your Plants In The 5l Pot As long As You Make Sure The Root Area Is Nice And Humid And The Roots Feel Moist.keep Your Plants In A Light, Cool Position Away From Full Sun Like An Unheated Porch Or Greenhouse.

Raspberry Canes - All Gold X12 - Primocane 0

Raspberry Canes – All Gold X12 – Primocane

Raspberry all Gold Is An Autumn Fruiting Raspberries Which Is Perfect For Growing At Home In The Garden. Plant In Rows, Try Them In Large Containers Or Even As A Fabulous Fruiting Screen Or Hedge. Wherever You Grow Them They’ll Give A Good Crop Of Luscious Home-grown Fruits From Summer Well Into Autumn.all Gold is A Must For The Adventurous Gardener. It Has All The Vigour Of The Red Varieties But Its Amazing Golden Colour And Sweet Tasting Fruits Make It Unique.primocane (autumn-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Current Year. After Cropping, These Should Be Cut Down To Ground Level To Promote The Growth Of New Canes. Allow Primocane Raspberry Beds To Spread Up To 2.5ft/0.75m Wide But Dig Out Any Canes Which Start To Grow Between The Rows.

Raspberry Canes - Autumn Bliss X12 - Primocane 0

Raspberry Canes – Autumn Bliss X12 – Primocane

flowers And Fruits In The Same Yearrecommended By The Royal Horticultural Societyfruits All Summer Longwith Its Distinctive Red Berries And Long-cropping Season From Early August To First Frosts Raspberry Autumn Bliss Is The Variety For You For Big Crops Of Tasty Raspberries Lasting For A Long Time.  autumn Bliss Flowers And Fruits On The First Year's Growth, And Is Exceptionally Easy To Maintain And Care For.it Fruits Well Into Autumn – Even After October – And Being Short, The Canes Need Little Or No Support. Autumn Bliss Is Perfect For The Home Gardener Or Those With Smaller Fruit And Vegetable Plots.grow In Containers If You Don't Want To Sacrifice Your Flower Beds To Raspberry Plants But You Want To Take Advantage Of Sun-ripened Home-grown Berries.

Potted Raspberry Canes - Ruby Beauty X3 - Buy 2 Get 3rd Free 0

Potted Raspberry Canes – Ruby Beauty X3 – Buy 2 Get 3rd Free

perfect For Pots And Containerseasy To Grow And Look Afterbuy 3 For The Price Of 2if You Would Like To Have A Go At Growing Your Own Raspberries, Why Not Have A Go With The Raspberry Ruby Beauty. This Variety Of Raspberry Is Fantastic For All Levels Of Growing Ability As It Is Easy To Grow And Look After.it Is Also Ideal For Containers Which Means You Are Not Limited By Space And Can Have Delicious And Juicy Raspberries Straight From Your Garden To Your Kitchen.the Canes Of The Raspberry Ruby Beauty Never Grow Taller Than A Metre And Are Multi-branching Meaning You Will Harvest Tremendous Yields Of Sweet, Firm Scarlet Raspberries Up To 1.5kg Throughout June And July. These Canes Are Completely Thornless And Do Not Need Any Support Either As They Are Short And Sturdy, Making It Much Easier To Pick The Fruit.if You Would Like To Grow Your Own Delightful Raspberries, Make Sure They Are In A Place Where They Will Receive Full Sunshine And They Prefer Fertile, Well-drained Soil. The Raspberry Ruby Beauty Are Fast Growing And Are Wildlife Friendly And Are A Great Addition To Any Patio, Garden Or Terrace.your Ruby Beauty Is A Floricane. Floricane (summer-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Previous Year. After Fruiting, Cut Out The Old, Fruited Wood In Autumn/winter And Tie In The New Growths To The Support.

Potted Raspberry Cane - Ruby Beauty X1 0

Potted Raspberry Cane – Ruby Beauty X1

spine-free Canesvariety Suitable For Small Spacesattractive Variety For Visual Impactreally Easy Raspberry To Grow And Look After- It’s A Dwarf Compact Variety Ideal For Growing In Containers And No Need For Supports. It’s A Floricane Variety, Fruiting In Early Summer.picking Is Made Really Easy Due To Its Spineless Stems And You Can Cover Them Easily Too With Netting To Keep The Birds Away.harvest Fruits In Early Summer, And Simply Cut The Fruiting Stems To Ground Level Once They’ve Given You Harvests. There Should Be Some Strong Leafy (non-fruiting) Stems That Have Emerged From The Ground. Let These Grow On And They’ll Fruit The Following Summer.

Raspberry Canes - Malling Juno X12 - Floricane 0

Raspberry Canes – Malling Juno X12 – Floricane

Very Early Summer-fruiting Raspberry, You Can Enjoy Pickings From This Variety As Early As June. Canes Are Spine-free For Comfortable And Easy Harvesting, And It Shows Good Resistance To Diseases. receiving Your Plants (12 Canes)cut Down Canes To About 2cm (1in) Above Ground Level In The First Spring. This Will Encourage Multiple Canes To Grow From The Ground.tie In Canes As They Grow In The First Summer. You May Not Get Harvests In The First Summer While The Plants Establish. In Fact, If You Notice Flowers In The First Summer, Remove Them To Encourage Vigorous Plant Growth For Future Harvests.in The Following Summer Harvest The Fruits, And Prune The Fruiting Stems After Harvests To The Ground Level. There Should Be Some Strong Leafy (non-fruiting) Stems That Have Emerged From The Ground. Tie These Onto The Supports, As These Stems Will Flower And Fruit The Following Summer.repeat The Late Summer Pruning Each Year.floricane (summer-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Previous Year. After Fruiting, Cut Out The Old, Fruited Wood In Autumn/winter And Tie In The New Growths To The Support.cut Down All Bare Root Planted Raspberries To 2cm (1in) Above Ground Level When Planting. This Will Encourage Multiple Canes To Grow From The Ground.

Raspberry Canes - Glen Dee X12 - Floricane 0

Raspberry Canes – Glen Dee X12 – Floricane

Vigorous Raspberry Variety Producing Ample Fruit In Mid To Late Summer. Regular Conical Fruits Mean They’re Easy To Harvest Along With Their Spine-free Stems. receiving Your Plants (12 Canes)cut Down Canes To About 2cm (1in) Above Ground Level In The First Spring. This Will Encourage Multiple Canes To Grow From The Ground.tie In Canes As They Grow In The First Summer. You May Not Get Harvests In The First Summer While The Plants Establish. In Fact, If You Notice Flowers In The First Summer, Remove Them To Encourage Vigorous Plant Growth For Future Harvests.in The Following Summer Harvest The Fruits, And Prune The Fruiting Stems After Harvests To The Ground Level. There Should Be Some Strong Leafy (non-fruiting) Stems That Have Emerged From The Ground. Tie These Onto The Supports, As These Stems Will Flower And Fruit The Following Summer.repeat The Late Summer Pruning Each Year.floricane (summer-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Previous Year. After Fruiting, Cut Out The Old, Fruited Wood In Autumn/winter And Tie In The New Growths To The Support. cut Down All Bare Root Planted Raspberries To 2cm (1in) Above Ground Level When Planting.

Raspberry Canes - Sugana X6 - Primocane 0

Raspberry Canes – Sugana X6 – Primocane

initial Autumn And Summer Fruitingcompact Stemsattractive And Great-tastingnew Variety Producing Two Crops Of Fruit On The Same Canes. The First Late-summer And Autumn Will Give You A Handful Or Two Of Tasty Raspberries.keep These Cane Intact Until Mid-summer Next Year And Pick A Bigger Harvest From The Same Stems. After This, Cut All Fruited Stems Back To Ground Level In Autumn.this High Yielding Variety Can Consistently Produce 3kg (6 1/2 Lbs)  Of Fruit Per Cane, Per Season!having a good Conic Shape, And Firm To The Touch Feel, They Are Also Well-flavoured And Possess An Attractive red/orange Finish- Great For Visual Impact.with The Initial Double-cropping Potential, It Beats Most Of The Other Varieties On The Market, And With Its Strong, Upright Habit, It Makes Them Also Ideal For Growing In Pots Or Containers.