soft fruit

Soft Fruit

Name (common name) & Description Conditions Size
Blackberry Cook's Special - A locally raised variety, producing a heavy crop in late August to Late September, with a superb flavour. HEIGHT: TBC.
Blackberry Loch Ness - A thornless variety, with large crops of good flavoured glossy black fruits. Keeps well. PICK: AUGUST till October. HEIGHT: TBC.
Blackberry Oregon Thornless - Very late-season thornless variety with a good flavour and ornamental foliage. PICK: Late Aug-Late Sep. HEIGHT: TBC.
Blackcurrant Ben Sarek - Compact, mid-season variety. Large black fruits in abundance. Frost and Mildew resistant. Excellent flavour. Heavy Cropper. HEIGHT: TBC.
Blackcurrant Malling Jet - A vigorous variety, with very long strings of smallish berries in August and early September. HEIGHT: TBC.
Blackcurrant Wellington XXX - Sweet and juicy fruit produced on a vigorous and spreading bush. Medium-large fruit. Heavy cropping. Often said to be the best flavour of all. PICK: Mid July. HEIGHT: TBC.
Blueberry Blue Crop - Large delicious berries from mid July. Beautiful autumn leaf-colour, red stems in winter. Ideal for containers.Requires an acid fertile soil in sun or dapple shade.sunshade.HEIGHT: 1.5m.
Blueberry Blue Pearl - NEW. Late Season variety - Superb, compact late season variety. Ideal for growing on a patio. Heavy cropping. HEIGHT: 4-5m
Blueberry Darrow - The largest fruit known, late season, upright compact bush and orange autumn tints. Ideal for containers. Requires an acid soil in full sun. sun HEIGHT: TBC.
Blueberry Liberty - A late fruiting, upright variety, producing consistent high yields of sky blue fruits of an outstanding flavour. HEIGHT: TBC.

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