When talking autumn fruiting raspberries Autumn Bliss is the variety everyone thinks of and deservedly so. Easy to grow, making short canes with good disease resistance and yielding good harvests from late August onwards of firm full flavoured deep red coloured fruits
£6.50 - £24.00
A particularly good variety for the small garden having neat, compact bushes about 3ft high which are strong growing and frost resistant. Very high yielding, the large fruit is easily picked. Ready for harvesting mid-July
£1.80 - £7.50
A new variety of excellent quality and flavour, pick in late summer
£32.00 - £64.40
Pre Made Packs of 25 or 50 plants
A mid season culinary variety not commonly available makes a neat compact bush producing heavy yields of smooth green fruit with superb flavour. Good resistance to foliage diseases
Excellent crops of medium to large, thin shelled nuts of a good sweet flavour. An abundant bearer, best cross pollinated by another fruiting hazel.
A good reliable late season variety producing good crops of exceptional quality and tasting juicy aromatic fruit
Salix alba Britzensis is a striking plant in winter with bright orange and red stems. A must for any winter colour scheme, in both natural and formal situations.
£6.50 - £98.00
This poplar red currant originated in Holland in 1942 and is still the leading cultivar used for production in Europe. The fruits are bright red, large, easily harvested and of excellent flavour. Ripens very early in the season.
A mid season, red fruited gooseberry. Produces well shaped, slightly bristly, dark red fruit. Plants are vigorous and spreading and need to be shaped by pruning. Virtually thornless once mature. Some resistance to mildew. Heavy cropper.