Category: Fruit Plants / Soft Fruit


Raspberry Continuity Collection – Regular Canes

Our Raspberry Collection Contains 6 Canes Each Of:malling Minerva – it’s A Spine Free Floricane Raspberry With Erect Can Making It Easy To Harvest. A Compact Habit And Produces Attractive, Medium/large Sized Uniform Fruit With A Conical Shape And Good Storage Potential. glen Ample – An Exceptionally Heavy Cropper, Ready To Pick From Mid july. Large Berries Are Produced On Spine-free Canes So Picking Is Really Easy.joan J – Yields A Very High Crop Of Big, Deliciously Juicy And Sweet-tasting Berries From Around Late July/early August and Will Continue To Fruit into October.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.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.


Blackberry Black Butte-plants

Black Butte Blackberries Are Twice The Size Of Regular Blackberries With Fruit Growing Up To 2in Long And 1in Across! Rich, Full Flavoured Berries Are Borne On Strong Laterals From Late July Onwards.slender Yet Vigorous Supple Canes Will Need Some Support And Have An Open Habit Making Picking Easier.supplied As 2l Pot Grown Plants.


Tayberry Buckingham Thornless – Plant

Tayberry Buckingham Thornless Is A Very Vigorous, Producing High Yields Of Sweet Aromatic Berries from July Onwards.train It Up A Wall Or Trellis And You Can expect Up To 20lb Of Delicious Fruit from The Second Season.buckingham Lacks The Abundant Thorns Of The Common Tayberry, Making Picking Much Easier.especially Good For Freezing.