A really excellent website--full of interesting information and those fruit varieties which are so hard to source. Perhaps you could find time to list varieties which prosper in the moister west of the country? R. Ramsey. Dorset
Ronald Ramsey, Lower Wraxall. W. Dorset
Supplied as a pot grown plant approximately 2 feet (60 cm) tall including pot.This Product is Available Now.
The most exciting new hybridberry for many years; a tayberry without spines.
'Buckingham' is virtually identical in every respect to the original Tayberry except for its spinelessness, and produces consistently high yields of dark red conical fruits that can be up to 2" (5cm) in length. Fruits are best eaten when they have matured past red to a purple colour.
Being later to flower, there is less chance of reduced fruit set / fruit damage in cold years - particularly useful fro Northern gardeners.
These were featured on the BBC Great British Garden Revival presented by Alys Fowler - who came to see us in the Summer to talk about all sorts of berries, and this just happened to be one of her favourites!
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.
Tree Wishes - magazine article giving inspiration to those thinking about growing fruit written by Stephen Shirley for Grow Your Own magazine.