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BLACK CHOKEBERRY, VIKING (Aronia prunifolia Viking) (Aronia melanocarpa Viking). Go to Top of Page

Bushy shrub with masses of small white flowers in spring followed by lustrous black fruits like large blackcurrants with very high vitamin C content. These can be used in a similar way to blackcurrants. In the autumn this plant will become a real feature as the leaves turn brilliant orange and red. Any soil except shallow chalk. Grows to 3-5ft (0.9m-1.5m). Self-fertile. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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5.99



BLACKBERRY, ASHTON CROSS (Rubus fruticosus Ashton Cross). Season of Use: Aug-Sept Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Very heavy cropping, true blackberry flavour, 8 week picking period from beginning of August. Self-fertile. Plant 15ft (4.6m) apart.

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 Pg
 
15.95



BLACKBERRY, KARAKA BLACK (Rubus fruticosus Karaka Black). Season of Use: Mid July-Sept Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Enormous, easy-to-pick fruits up to 3ins long, glossy, sweet, juicy, good aromatic flavour Plant 3-4ft (90-120cm) apart.

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BLACKBERRY, KARAKA BLACK (Rubus fruticosus Karaka Black)

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 Br
 
9.99



BLACKBERRY, MERTON THORNLESS (Rubus fruticosus Merton Thornless). NewSeason of Use: Aug-Sept Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Good crops of large, sweet, juicy berries with rich blackberry flavour are produced late season on compact, easy to manage plants. Plant 3-4ft (90-120cm) apart.

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 Br
 
9.99



BLACKBERRY, REUBEN (Rubus fruticosus Reuben). NewSeason of Use: Late Aug till frosts Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Only primocane variety which produces enormous, sweet, juicy, glossy fruits on current year's growth. Upright habit, easy to maintain. Plant 3-4ft (90-120cm) apart.

BLACKBERRY, REUBEN (Rubus fruticosus Reuben)
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 Br
 
11.95



BLACKBERRY, WALDO (Rubus fruticosus Waldo). Season of Use: Mid July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Highly recommended new thornless variety. Large intensely black berries of exceptional flavour. Compact. Self-fertile. Plant 4ft (120cm) apart.

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 Pg
 
9.99
 Br
 
8.99



BLUEBERRIES
 
Two different varieties should be planted to improve cross-pollination. Peaty (acid) soil needed. Due to their ornamental appearance, blueberries are excellent for planting in containers using an ericaceous compost, especially Sunshine Blue with their dwarf habit.
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BLUEBERRY, BLUECROP (Vaccinium corymbosum Bluecrop). Season of Use: Early-mid Aug. Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Large, light blue, firm, good quality berries, good cropper, upright vigorous growth. Very attractive autumn colouring. Height 4-5ft (120-150cm). Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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4.99



BLUEBERRY, EARLIBLUE (Vaccinium Earliblue). Season of Use: Late June/July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Self-fertile. Early maturing with deliciously sweet light blue berries. Medium to large shrub with attractive autumn colouring. Height up to 180cm (6ft).

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4.99



BLUEBERRY, HERBERT (Vaccinium corymbosum Herbert). Season of Use: Mid-late Aug. Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Very large dark berries which are considered to be the best flavoured of all varieties. Height 4ft (120cm). Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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4.99



BLUEBERRY, PATRIOT (Vaccinium Patriot). Season of Use: July/Aug. Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Very large slightly flat velvety berries, firm flesh of excellent flavour, delightful aroma. Tolerant of heavier wetter soils and colder weather. Height 4ft (120cm). Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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BLUEBERRY, PATRIOT (Vaccinium Patriot)

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 Pg
 
4.99



BLUEBERRY, SUNSHINE BLUE (Vaccinium Sunshine Blue). Season of Use: July-Aug. Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Hardy and productive, high yields of large, light blue, firm berries over a long period from late July and throughout August. About half of the blue-grey leaves turn an eye-catching red in autumn before falling and the remainder stay on the bush all winter. This variety is self-fertile. Plant in a sunny site, sheltered from strong winds and in a lime-free soil. Plant 2-3ft (60-90cm) apart.

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5.99



BOYSENBERRY, THORNLESS (Rubus Boysenberry Thornless). Season of Use: July-August Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Loganberry x blackberry x raspberry hybrid. Large, dark purple, very sweet fruits resembling raspberries but with the flavour of wild blackberries. Delicious eaten raw or cooked. Remarkably drought resistant. Grow against a wall, fence or train on wires. Self-fertile. Plant 8ft (240cm) apart.

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9.99



CRANBERRY, EARLY BLACK (Vaccinium macrocarpon Early Black). Season of Use: Mid-late Aug. Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Very high quality fruit, early and dark red colour, high in vitamin C. Excellent for juices, preserves, jams and chutney. Low spreading bush needing a pH of less the 4.5, and plenty of water as it naturally grows in peat bogs. Excellent for planting in containers in lime-free soil.

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GOJI BERRY (Lycium barbarum) (Chinese Wolfberry). Season of Use: July-Sept Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Described as one of the latest superfoods, Goji berries have had many column inches written about them in the press and heavy television coverage over the last year or so. It is the nutritional power of the Goji berries which has been hitting the headlines, and there is no doubt about it that this highly nutritional-rich superfood is the one to grow! It can be eaten off the plant, cooked or dried and added to your breakfast cereals, or eaten as a snack. Also the leaves and young shoots can be used as a leafy vegetable.
By far it is one of the easiest fruits we can grow in our garden, incredibly hardy (down to -15C), will tolerate up to 40C and they are drought tolerant. The plants are self-fertile, and one plant will produce over 2lb (1kg) of fruit in its second season. It was originally cultivated in the Himalayan mountain areas, and for over 2000 years it has been recorded in folklore for its unrivalled nutritional properties.
Flowering: July to September. Height: 6ft (1.8m). Position: Requires full sun.

Supplied in 3 litre pot.
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10.95



GOOSEBERRY, CAPTIVATOR (Ribes uva-crispa Captivator). Season of Use: Late July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Tall, nearly spine-free. Abundant, exceptional quality, tear-shaped fruit, sweet and deep reddish-pink. Mildew resistant. Self-fertile. Fruits June to mid July. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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 Br
 
5.99



GOOSEBERRY, CARELESS (Ribes uva-crispa Careless). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Mid July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

A reliable and heavy cropping Dessert/Culinary variety. Large, smooth skinned berries that turn a green colour when ripe. An excellent variety for cooking and jam making. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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8.99



GOOSEBERRY, HINNONMAKI GREEN (Ribes uva-crispa Hinnomaki Green). Season of Use: Mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Heavy crops of very large green fruits. Vigorous plants which are resistant to mildew. Self-fertile. Fruits June to mid July. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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5.99
 Pg 3L
 
8.99



GOOSEBERRY, HINNONMAKI RED (Ribes uva-crispa Hinnomaki Red). Season of Use: Mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Heavy crops of very large, good flavoured, red fruits. Vigorous plants which are resistant to mildew. Self-fertile. Fruits June to mid July. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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5.99
 Pg 3L
 
8.99



GOOSEBERRY, HINNONMAKI YELLOW (Ribes uva-crispa Hinnomaki Yellow). Season of Use: Mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Heavy crops of very large yellow excellent flavoured fruits. Vigorous plants which are resistant to mildew. Self-fertile. Fruits June to mid July. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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5.99
 Pg 3L
 
8.99



GOOSEBERRY, INVICTA (Ribes uva-crispa Invicta). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Early-mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Very heavy cropper, strong upright growth, good flavoured fruits, mildew resistant, good culinary variety. Self-fertile. Fruits June to mid July. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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 Br
 
5.99
 3L Pot
 
8.99



GOOSEBERRY, JUBILEE (Ribes uva-crispa Jubilee). Season of Use: Early-mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Improved form of Careless. Heavy cropper, large pale green fruits of good flavour, freezes well. Self-fertile. Fruits June to mid July. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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 Br
 
5.99



GOOSEBERRY, WHINHAM'S INDUSTRY (Ribes uva-crispa Whinham's Industry). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Sweet excellent flavoured large red hairy fruits. Do not prune hard. Succeeds on heavy or poor soils. Self-fertile. Fruits mid June to mid July. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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5.99
 Pg 3L
 
8.99



HONEYBERRY (Lonicera caerulea edulis). Season of Use: June-July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Large, sweet berries, similar to blueberries but with an aftertaste of honey. Unlike blueberries they are lime tolerant. Good eaten raw, cooked or made into jam. High in vitamin C and antioxidants. Very hardy, coming from Siberia, long lived and producing fruit June and July from large cream flowers. Shade loving and disease free. Plant a minimum of 2 for pollination. Plant 5ft (1.5m) apart.

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HONEYBERRY (Lonicera caerulea edulis)
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10.95



JOSTABERRY (Ribes culverwellii jostaberry). Season of Use: July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Blackcurrant x gooseberry hybrid. Pleasant sharp flavoured fruits resembling blackcurrants, but twice the size, are borne on upright thornless, vigorous bushes. Fruit excellent for jams, pies and summer puddings. Prolific cropper, highly disease resistant. Cultivate like a blackcurrant. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 6ft (1.8m) apart.

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 Br
 
5.99



LINGONBERRY, IDA (Vaccinium vitis-idaea Ida). Go to Top of Page

A flavoursome berry from Scandinavia, akin to the Cranberry. Dwarf spreading bush best container grown in ericaceous compost. Very attractive when fruit are ripening. Keep moist but not over wet. Ida can fruit three times a year with two useful croppings, summer and autumn. Now very popular for fruit and juices. Self-fertile. Plant 8ft (2.4m) apart.

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LINGONBERRY, IDA (Vaccinium vitis-idaea Ida)
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4.99



LOGANBERRY, THORNLESS LY 654 (Rubus x loganobaccus LY 654). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Mid July-Aug Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Hybrid between Blackberry and Raspberry with very large, cone-shaped burgundy-red berries up to 2ins (5cm) long, with sharp, distinctive, delicious flavour. Very high yields, good for eating raw, cooking or freezing. Self-fertile. Plant 8ft (2.4m) apart.

LOGANBERRY, THORNLESS LY 654 (Rubus x loganobaccus LY 654)

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 Br
 
9.99



StrawberriesSTRAWBERRIES
 
We are pleased to offer a range of British grown strawberries covering early, mid and late season cropping. We have pot grown stock from Spring to Autumn which is propagated by runners, so you can expect a small crop in the first year of planting. During winter we offer bare root runners, sold in packs of 5.
£1.79 per pot grown plant, £16.50 for any 10 pot grown plants.
 
£2.99 per pack of 5 bare root runners, £2.49 for any five packs of 5 bare root runners.


STRAWBERRY, CAMBRIDGE FAVOURITE (Fragaria ananassa Cambridge Favourite). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Early-Season Go to Top of Page

First fruits large, wedge or fan-shaped, later fruits are conical. Flesh crimson and becoming soft and dark as the berry ripens fully. The flavour is good even on light soils lacking in potash.

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1.79
 Br x 5
 
2.99



STRAWBERRY, ELSANTA (Fragaria ananassa Elsanta). Season of Use: Mid-Season Go to Top of Page

A Dutch bred variety. Produces firm orange berries of medium to large size. The fruits keep well both on the plant and having been picked. The flavour is outstanding and is popular with all the supermarkets.

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1.79
 Br x 5
 
2.99



STRAWBERRY, EROS (Fragaria ananassa Eros). Season of Use: Mid-Season Go to Top of Page

A mid-season cropper and is the result of a cross between 'Elsanta' and 'Allstar', bred in 1985. The berries are very attractive with a regular, conical shape, mid-red colour and a glossy skin with a well-balanced flavour. The plants produce a fairly open habit and are easy to pick.

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STRAWBERRY, EROS (Fragaria ananassa Eros)
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1.79



STRAWBERRY, FLORENCE (Fragaria ananassa Florence). Season of Use: Late-Season Go to Top of Page

Produces firm, good flavoured and long lasting fruit in July. This variety has excellent disease resistance.

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STRAWBERRY, FLORENCE (Fragaria ananassa Florence)
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1.79



STRAWBERRY, HAPIL (Fragaria ananassa Hapil). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Mid-Season Go to Top of Page

Bred in Belgium. 'Hapil' crops heavily with large fruit of a bright red colour. A vigorous grower, high yielding and the fruit flavour is good.

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1.79
 Br x5
 
2.99



STRAWBERRY, HONEOYE (Fragaria ananassa Honeoye). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Early-Season Go to Top of Page

An early fruiting variety providing firm, well-shaped fruits. The berries are bright, glossy red, large and of good flavour.

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1.79
 Br x5
 
2.99



STRAWBERRY, PEGASUS (Fragaria ananassa Pegasus). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Mid-Season Go to Top of Page

Gives a large crop of sweet and juicy berries of good colour and shape, with firm skin and good resistance to damage. Becoming increasingly popular with 'pick your own' growers.

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1.79



STRAWBERRY, RED GAUNTLET (Fragaria ananassa Redgauntlet). Season of Use: Mid-Late-Season Go to Top of Page

A well established commercial variety used on Pick-Your-Own Farms with delicious tasting fruits! This variety produces large, bright red fruits that are very sweet in mid-June to mid-July and best of all; a smaller subsequent crop may follow in September too if we have a hot summer! 'Red Gauntlet' also has excellent disease resistance to grey mould. Well worth growing in strawberry pots due to its long cropping season.

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1.79



STRAWBERRY, SYMPHONY (Fragaria ananassa Symphony). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Late-Season Go to Top of Page

This variety has bright, firm, glossy fruit of uniform shape and wonderful flavour. It is a vigorous growing plant with good resistance to disease.

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 Pg
 
1.79
 Br x5
 
2.99



RASPBERRIES
 
Plant 18 inches (45cm) apart, 5ft (150cm) between rows.
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RASPBERRY, ALL GOLD (Rubus idaeus All Gold). Season of Use: Mid Aug-late Sept Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

High yield of large, yellow, good flavoured berries on sturdy short canes which should not require supporting.
Suitable for freezing. Avoid planting in waterlogged soil. Self-fertile.Price for 5 bare-root canes (plants) or one cane (plant) in an individual polythene pot for easy planting.

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1.99



RASPBERRY, AUTUMN BLISS (Rubus idaeus Autumn Bliss). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Mid Aug-late Sept Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

High yields of good sized and flavoured berries borne on sturdy short canes which should not require supporting.
Suitable for freezing. Avoid planting in waterlogged soil. Self-fertile.Price for 5 bare-root canes (plants) or one cane (plant) in an individual polythene pot for easy planting.

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 Br
 
7.49
 Pg
 
1.99



RASPBERRY, CASCADE DELIGHT (Rubus idaeus Cascade Delight). Season of Use: Late season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Very vigorous lightly spined canes. Fruit very large, long conical shape, glossy, firm, excellent fresh sweet flavour. Resistant to root rot, so may grow in wet areas where other varieties fail.Price for 5 canes (plants).

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RASPBERRY, CASCADE DELIGHT (Rubus idaeus Cascade Delight)

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 Br8.99



RASPBERRY, GLEN AMPLE (Rubus idaeus Glen Ample). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Highly recommended. High yields of very large excellent quality, good flavoured fruit. Spine free and long picking period.
Suitable for freezing. Avoid planting in waterlogged soil. Self-fertile.Price for 5 bare-root canes (plants) or one cane (plant) in an individual polythene pot for easy planting.

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 Br
 
7.49
 Pg
 
1.99



RASPBERRY, GLEN LYON (Rubus idaeus Glen Lyon). Season of Use: Early-mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Heavy cropping, thornless new variety with beautiful glossy large fruit of excellent flavour. Disease resistant.
Suitable for freezing. Avoid planting in waterlogged soil. Self-fertile.Price for 5 bare-root canes (plants) or one cane (plant) in an individual polythene pot for easy planting.

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 Br
 
7.49
 Pg
 
1.99



RASPBERRY, JOAN J (Rubus idaeus Joan J). Season of Use: Early-mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Heavy cropping, thornless new variety with beautiful glossy large fruit of excellent flavour. Disease resistant.
Suitable for freezing. Avoid planting in waterlogged soil. Self-fertile.Price for 5 bare-root canes (plants) or one cane (plant) in an individual polythene pot for easy planting.

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RASPBERRY, JOAN J (Rubus idaeus Joan J)
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8.99



RASPBERRY, MALLING JEWEL (Rubus idaeus Malling Jewel). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Mid season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Medium to large sweet dark red berries. Compact growth. Heavy, reliable cropper. The best flavoured raspberry.
Suitable for freezing. Avoid planting in waterlogged soil. Self-fertile.Price for 5 bare-root canes (plants) or one cane (plant) in an individual polythene pot for easy planting.

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 Br
 
7.49
 Pg
 
1.99



RASPBERRY, OCTAVIA (Rubus idaeus Octavia). Season of Use: Late season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Excellent new variety which is considered to be the finest late summer raspberry filling the gap between summer varieties and the autumn fruiting varieties. Very productive with sweet, good flavoured fruit with fewer seeds than other varieties. Upright, easily managed canes. Self-fertile.Price for 5 bare-root canes (plants) or one cane (plant) in an individual polythene pot for easy planting.

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7.49
 Pg
 
1.99



RASPBERRY, POLKA (Rubus idaeus Polka). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Aug to first frosts. Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

New, superb variety, fruits in first year. Very heavy crops, excellent quality, delicious, juicy red berries, even on poor soil.Price for 5 bare-root canes (plants) or one cane (plant) in an individual polythene pot for easy planting.

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 Br
 
8.99
 Pg
 
1.99



RASPBERRY, RUBY BEAUTY (Rubus idaeus Ruby Beauty). Go to Top of Page

Amazing new Raspberry which only grows to 1m high and will only need support if the weight of the fruit bends the canes too much. Multi-branching and thornless producing up to 1.5kg of large, delicious, sweet raspberries in mid-summer from each plant. Easy to protect from birds. Plant 50cm apart in well drained soil in sunny position for a dense, deciduous hedge, ideal for the edge of a vegetable plot, or one plant makes a very attractive plant in a large pot on the patio.

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RASPBERRY, RUBY BEAUTY (Rubus idaeus Ruby Beauty)
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9.99



RASPBERRY, TULAMEEN (Rubus idaeus Tulameen). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: July-Aug. Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Outstanding variety which bears large, firm, bright, glossy berries with sweet aromatic flavour which keep well. Nearly spine free, hardy and disease resistant. Long cropping period in July and August.
Suitable for freezing. Avoid planting in waterlogged soil. Self-fertile.Price for 5 bare-root canes (plants) or one cane (plant) in an individual polythene pot for easy planting.

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7.49



TAYBERRY, BUCKINGHAM (Rubus Tayberry Group Buckingham). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Mid July-Aug Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert FruitGo to Top of Page

Spineless variety with vigorous stout canes, and enormous berries resembling Loganberries, of excellent sweet flavour. Suitable for dessert, jam-making and freezing. Regular heavy cropper. Self-fertile. Plant 8ft (2.4m) apart.

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TAYBERRY, BUCKINGHAM (Rubus Tayberry Group Buckingham)
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11.95



CURRANTS

BLACKCURRANT, BALDWIN (Ribes nigrum Baldwin). Season of Use: Late July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

High yields of exceptionally large glossy fruit. Rich in Vitamin C. Excellent for freezing. An excellent variety for cooking and jam making. Plant 3-4ft (90-120cm) apart.

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8.99



BLACKCURRANT, BEN CONNAN (Ribes nigrum Ben Connan). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Early Season Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Ben Lomond/Sarek cross. High yields of very large, easy to pick, full-flavoured berries. Mildew and leaf curling midge resistant. Plant 3-4ft (90-120cm) apart.

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BLACKCURRANT, BEN CONNAN (Ribes nigrum Ben Connan)
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4.99
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8.99



BLACKCURRANT, BEN LOMOND (Ribes nigrum Ben Lomond). Season of Use: Aug Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Late frost resistant blossom. Large good flavoured berries, freezes well. Mildew resistant. Heavy cropping. Compact habit. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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BLACKCURRANT, BEN LOMOND (Ribes nigrum Ben Lomond)

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4.99
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8.99



BLACKCURRANT, BEN SAREK (Ribes nigrum Ben Sarek). Season of Use: July-Aug Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Early frost resistant blossom. Compact bush, heavy crops of large good flavoured berries. Mildew resistant. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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4.99
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8.99



BLACKCURRANT, BEN TIRRAN (Ribes nigrum Ben Tirran). Season of Use: Aug Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

New recommended variety. Mildew resistant. Very late flowering. Heavy crops of large, tasty berries. Late season. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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4.99
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8.99



BLACKCURRANT, BIG BEN (Ribes nigrum Big Ben). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Early Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

New variety with enormous, delicious, strong-skinned, sweet berries twice the size of standard varieties. High yields, disease resistant. Heavy cropping. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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9.99



BLACKCURRANT, WELLINGTON XXX (Ribes nigrum Wellington XXX). Season of Use: July-Aug Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Fine, juicy sweet flavoured medium to large berries. Vigorous spreading habit, heavy cropper, excellent for freezing. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (150cm) apart.

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4.99
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8.99



RED CURRANT, JONKHEER VAN TETS (Ribes rubrum Jonkheer van Tets). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Early July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Early cropping variety. Large bright good flavoured, firm berries in large easily picked bunches. Moderate growth. Excellent for jelly. Self-fertile. Plant 6ft (1.8m) apart.

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RED CURRANT, JONKHEER VAN TETS (Ribes rubrum Jonkheer van Tets)

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8.99



RED CURRANT, RED LAKE (Ribes rubrum Red Lake). Award of Garden MeritSeason of Use: Late July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Large bright good flavoured firm berries borne in large easily picked strigs. Moderately vigorous growth. Excellent for jelly. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 6ft (1.8m) apart.

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4.99
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8.99



RED CURRANT, REDSTART (Ribes rubrum Redstart). Season of Use: Aug Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

New highly recommended late variety. Bright fruit of acid flavour borne on long strigs. Consistently high yields. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 6ft (1.8m) apart.

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4.99
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8.99



RED CURRANT, ROVADA (Ribes rubrum Rovada). Season of Use: Late Jul-Aug Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Very long strigs of outstandingly tasty redcurrants. Produces enormous yields on bushes of upright habit. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 6ft (1.8m) apart.

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RED CURRANT, ROVADA (Ribes rubrum Rovada)
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4.99



WHITE CURRANT, WHITE VERSAILLES (Ribes rubrum Versailles Blanche). Season of Use: Late June - early July Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Go to Top of Page

Very long bunches of large juicy sweet berries. Heavy cropper. Excellent for summer puddings, sauces and serving fresh. Self-fertile. 2 year bushes. Plant 5ft (1.5m) apart, 6ft (1.8m) between rows.

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4.99
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8.99



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