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Gooseberry Plant - Invicta

Lush green gooseberries from June to July, on compact plants which are ideal for small gardens. Delicious flavour - recommended for pies, jams, preserves and freezing. Resistant to mildew. Supplied as 2-year-old plants. Height 100-150cm; spread 100-150cm....


 
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Gooseberry Plants - Twin Pack

Twin Pack will contain one plant each of Darling and Nibbling which are supplied in 1.3 litre pots:CrispaDarling - Reliably heavy crops of medium to dark red, oval-shaped berries. Excellent resistance to mildew and blight. Great for snacking! Harvest...


 
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Honeyberry Lonicera Caerulea Plant - Kamtschatika

Edible honeysuckle with very sweet fruit that is rich in vitamin C. Good for preserves. Flowers June-July. Height 150-200cm (59-79); spread 100-150cm (39-59). Supplied in a 2 litre pot.


 
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Honeyberry Lonicera Caerulea Plant - Morena

Edible honeysuckle with very sweet fruit that are rich in vitamin C. Good for preserves, Grow in any soil and a good alternative if you can't grow blueberries. Flowers June-July. Height 150-200cm (59-79); spread 100-150cm (39-59). Supplied in a 2 litre...


 
Image of Honeyberry Lonicera Caerulea Plants - Twin Pack
 

Honeyberry Lonicera Caerulea Plants - Twin Pack

Edible honeysuckle with very sweet fruit that is rich in vitamin C. Good for preserves. Grow in any soil and a good alternative if you can't grow blueberries. Twin pack 1 each Kamschatika and Morena. Flowers June-July. Height 150-200cm (59-79); spread...


 
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Jostaberry Plant

The Jostaberry produces large, dark-red berries which have a unique, exquisite taste, and are high in vitamins. Ideal for containers on the patio, it will crop from July to August. It also shows good resistance to mildew and has very few thorns, making...


 
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Loganberry Plant - LY654

A delicious thornless hybrid between blackberry and raspberry was first introduced to the UK in 1883. Ripening during July-August, the large cone-shaped berries, up to 5cm (2) long, are full of sweet, rich, flavour. In the National Fuit Trials, the average...


 
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Lowberry Blackberry Plant - Little Black Prince

A thornless blackberry that will fruit in first year, producing a good crop of sweet flavoured, glossy black berries. Harvest mid August-early October. Supplied in a 1 litre pot.Lowberries are a range of fruit that are selected to be grown simply and...


 
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Melon Plant - Pepino Trio

The fruits have a mild fruity taste, like a cross between melon and pear, with a slight freshness of cucumber, perfect to snack on their own, but great to add to fruit salads and normal salads. You'll be best to grow them in the hottest place you can,...


 
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Mulberry Bush - Charlotte Russe

The new Dwarf Mulberry Bush - Hard to find the fruits in supermarkets, you can have all the joys of growing your own mulberries without the hassle of keeping a large tree. With heights reaching 8 metres, many people don't have the space for a mulberry...


 
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Mulberry Dwarf Bush - Charlotte Russe Standard

Now available as a beautiful tall-stemmed standard plant. The Dwarf Mulberry Bush - Hard to find the fruits in supermarkets, you can have all the joys of growing your own mulberries without the hassle of keeping a large tree. With heights reaching 8 metres,...


 
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Pink Blueberry Plant - Pink Lemonade

Bushy, upright-growing plants with fine, pointed leaves, which are ideal for growing in a mixed ornamental border as well as in the fruit garden. The heavy crops of berries start out bright green, turning pale pink and finally, when they mature in August/September,...