Blueberries are very high in vitamins A and C, and full of antioxidants. A low chill varieties, requiring only 150 hours of winter chill to set fruit. Will produce a good crop of medium sized fruit from October through to March. A semi-deciduous variety, it has attractive bright pink flowers that fade out to white. Is suitable also for large containers. Plant 2-3 plants to aid in pollination and increase fruit production. Prefers sunny to part shaded position with moist,…
A vigorous semi-thornless variety. Produces heavy yields of medium to large berries with excellent flavour. Eat fresh or freeze for later use. Ideal ingredient for adding flavour to desserts, fruit pies and jams. Full sun position. Water moderately. Summer harvest. Frost tolerant.
Delicious, sweet fruit borne over several months from late spring through summer. Ideal for containers, hanging baskets and the vegetable garden. Grow in a sunny position in well drained soil. Add compost, well rotted animal manure or a complete fertiliser to the soil when planting. Fruit matures in 16-20 weeks. Full sun position. Plant 30cm apart. Harvest in summer.
Easily grown in the home garden, Blackberries are full of nutrients, particularly vitamin C. Blackberry Thornless is a hybrid variety that bears richly flavoured fruit from mid to late summer. The added bonus is, no thorns! This deciduous shrub likes a sunny to part shaded position and moist, well drained soil. Mulch plants well and prune small weaker branches to encourage more production. Full sun to part shade. Grows approx. 1.8-2m tall x 3.5-4m wide. Thornless vine.
The Youngberry is a complex hybrid between three different berry species from the genus Rubus: raspberry, blackberry, and dewberry. Fresh fruit in summer. The berries of the plant are eaten fresh or used to make juice, jam, and in recipes. Plant in well drained soil, in a full sun position. ideal to be planted in the ground or in pots, stake for support. Prune after harvest. Full sun position. Perfect for pots/containers. Fresh fruit in summer.