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Tayberry

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Rubus fruticosus x R. idaeus (Tayberry Group)

  • Cross between a Blackberry and a Raspberry.
  • Consistently produces heavy crops of dark red juicy fruits.
  • Copes well with colder climates.
  • Self fertile.

Supplied as a pot grown plant approximately 2 feet (60 cm) tall including pot.

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This is cross between a Blackberry and a Raspberry first bred by the Scottish Crop Research Institute and named after the River Tay. 

Tayberries produce consistently higher yields than Loganberries and the fruit is large - sometimes up to 2" (5 cm) in length; the fruit is at its best when it has matured to a purple red colour. They fruits are great not only eaten straight from the plant but cooked, frozen and for making jam.

We would recommend allowing approximately 6 feet (1.8 meter) width for these to grow. They are best having something to 'train' them on such as wires or trellis as they grow in habit like a blackberry but will grow unsupported.

Being later to flower, there is less chance of reduced fruit set / fruit damage in cold years - particularly useful for Northern gardeners.

  • Hardy to -26°C (-15°F).
  • Harvest from late July to late August.
  • Plant 6 feet (1.8 metres) apart.
  • Self Fertile.

How To...

How To Plant & Grow Soft Fruit
Information on unpacking and planting bare root and pot grown soft fruits either in the open ground or in containers and pots, with additional information on specific varieties.

Magazine Articles

Tree Wishes
Tree Wishes - magazine article giving inspiration to those thinking about growing fruit written by Stephen Shirley for Grow Your Own magazine.

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