Orders placed before noon 18/12 will be delivered in time for Christmas.
I find your website useful and easy to us. I also enjoy your changing ads. in papers and mags. On Saturday at the Garden Organic AGM Professor Ian Lang, talking about Food Security urged us all to grow more fruit. He pointed out that in Britain we produce a mere 5% of the fruit we eat, and we should consume 9 a day not just 5 a day fruit and veg. Last November I planted your Polka raspberries. They are now strong tall vigorous canes, tallest I have ever grown and producing throughout the summer. I'll need steps to pick the late ones!! My first purchase from you was before the web, shrub roses for my allotment for the vit. C. Enjoyed your family history.
Betty Dawes, Peak District, Derbyshire
The Mulberry tree - or mulberry bush, depending on how you allow it to grow - is a beautiful ornamental plant in its own right, but its crowning glory is its mulberries! We have both white and black mulberry trees for sale, grown and supplied direct from our family-run nursery in Kent.
Supplied as pot grown trees, after three or four years these highly decorative specimens will produce their delicate and sublimely sweet (black) or slightly sharper (white) fruits in mid-summer. The mulberry bush / mulberry tree is self fertile and so will still produce fruits if grown as a standalone plant in a pot.
Purplish-black, sweet and juicy fruits mid Summer. A real treat that is never seen in supermarkets. A highly ornamental tree in its own right. Self Fertile.
Supplied as a pot grown tree approximately 2 - 3 feet (60 - 90 cm) tall including pot.
The favourite food source for silk moths. Purplish-black, fruits are sweet and juicy with a slightly sharp finish. Self Fertile.
Supplied as a pot grown tree approximately 2 feet (60 cm) tall including pot.
Going Round The Mulberry Bush
An article on the basics of growing mulberries written by Paul Peacock that appeared in the July 2007 issue of Grow It! magazine.