Category: Raspberry Canes

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Patio Pear Tree – Conference X1

‘conference’ Is The Country's Favourite Pear, And Small Wonder As It Is So Versatile. Delicious And Juicy And Sweet Enough To Eat When Young And Crisp Straight From The Tree.our Fruit Trees Are Expertly Trained So They Have Strong Main Branches, Ready To Fruit Heavily Once Planted And Well-established. Our Varieties Are Specially Grafted Onto Roots That Keep Trees Smaller For Easier Harvests, While Maintaining Impressive Yields.this Popular And Tasty Variety Is Self-fertile (sf) So It Flowers And Fruits Independently. They Produce Fruit, Even When Planted In Isolation.rootstock: quince A

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Cherry Twin Tree – Napoleon Bigarreau & Variks Black

Two Great Varieties That Grow On One Tree – What Could Be Better.just Plant One Tree And You Can Choose To Harvest Two Types Of Cherries; Whether You Want To Eat Them Fresh Off The Tree Or Pick Them For The Perfect Cherry Pie.our Fruit Trees Are Expertly Trained So They Have Strong Main Branches, Ready To Fruit Heavily Once Planted And Well-established. Our Varieties Are Specially Grafted Onto Roots That Keep Trees Smaller For Easier Harvests, While Maintaining Impressive Yields.both Varieties ‘variks Black’ And Napoleon ‘bigarreau’ Are Late-season Croppers, So Flower At Around The Same Time. This Means That The Two Varieties Provides Pollen For Each Other So They Produce Fruits. The Perfect Duo Pair.cherry ‘variks Black’ – A Luscious And Sweet Dark-skinned Cherry Variety, Fruiting From Late July To August. Very Handsome Fruits.cherry ‘napoleon Bigarreau’ – Attractive Red To Orange Fruits Have Particularly Sweet Flesh And Is Noted For Its Heavy Cropping.✔ Two Varieties Grafted Onto One Stem✔ An Extended Cropping Season✔ 2 Different Flavours From The Same Amount Of Space✔ More Room In Your Garden For Other Crops✔ The Two Varieties Pollinate Each Other✔ Ideal For Small Plots, Patios Or Kitchen Gardens✔ Grows Well In Large Containerscherry Twin Tree – napoleon Bigarreau & Variks Black Grafted Onto One Root Stock – Mm106 

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Apple Twin Tree – Jonagold & Golden Permain

Two Great Varieties That Grow On One Tree – What Could Be Better.just Plant One Tree And You Can Choose To Harvest Two Types Of Apples; Whether You Want To Eat Fresh Apples Off The Tree Or Pick Them For The Perfect Apple Crumble.our Fruit Trees Are Expertly Trained So They Have Strong Main Branches, Ready To Fruit Heavily Once Planted And Well-established. Our Varieties Are Specially Grafted Onto Roots That Keep Trees Smaller For Easier Harvests, While Maintaining Impressive Yields.‘jonagold’ And ‘golden Pearmain’ Fruit And Flower Around The Same Time, So These Two Varieties Make A Compatible Duo-tree Pair; Each Variety Producing Viable Pollen For The Other To Fruit.apple ‘jonagold’ – High-yielding Variety Giving Large Fruits With Attractive Red Stripes, And A Crisp Honey-like Taste.apple ‘golden Permain’ – An Attractive Apple Of Red And Russet Tones And With A Rich Flavour, Perfect For Eating Straight From The Tree.✔ Two Varieties Grafted Onto One Stem✔ An Extended Cropping Season✔ 2 Different Flavours From The Same Amount Of Space✔ More Room In Your Garden For Other Crops✔ The Two Varieties Pollinate Each Other✔ Ideal For Small Plots, Patios Or Kitchen Gardens✔ Grows Well In Large Containersapple Twin Tree – Jonagold & Golden Permain grafted Onto One Root Stock 

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Raspberry Canes – All Gold X12 – Primocane

Raspberry all Gold Is An Autumn Fruiting Raspberries Which Is Perfect For Growing At Home In The Garden. Plant In Rows, Try Them In Large Containers Or Even As A Fabulous Fruiting Screen Or Hedge. Wherever You Grow Them They’ll Give A Good Crop Of Luscious Home-grown Fruits From Summer Well Into Autumn.all Gold is A Must For The Adventurous Gardener. It Has All The Vigour Of The Red Varieties But Its Amazing Golden Colour And Sweet Tasting Fruits Make It Unique.primocane (autumn-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Current Year. After Cropping, These Should Be Cut Down To Ground Level To Promote The Growth Of New Canes. Allow Primocane Raspberry Beds To Spread Up To 2.5ft/0.75m Wide But Dig Out Any Canes Which Start To Grow Between The Rows.

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Raspberry Canes – Autumn Bliss X12 – Primocane

Raspberry Autumn Bliss- With Its Distinctive Red Berries, Disease Resistance And Long Cropping Season From Early August To First Frosts, This Short, Strong Caned Variety Has Been The Gardeners' Choice For Many Years.primocane Varieties Flower And Fruit On The First Year's Growth, And Are Exceptionally Easy To Maintain And Care For. They Will Fruit Well Into Autumn – Even After October – And Being Short, The Canes Need Little Or No Support. Autumn Bliss Is Perfect For The Home Gardener Or Those With Smaller Fruit And Vegetable Plots. why Buy Primocane Raspberries?- You Can Pick Primocane Raspberries Until The First Frost!- Plant & Eat Same Year! Primocane Varieties Flower And Fruit In The First Year.- They Are Easy To Maintain: Simply Cut Back To Ground Level In January/february.- Short, Sturdy Canes Need Less Support And Are Easier To Grow- Perfect For Smaller Gardens! Delivered November-aprilprimocane (autumn-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Current Year. After Cropping, These Should Be Cut Down To Ground Level To Promote The Growth Of New Canes. Allow Primocane Raspberry Beds To Spread Up To 2.5ft/0.75m Wide But Dig Out Any Canes Which Start To Grow Between The Rows. 

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Potted Raspberry Canes – Ruby Beauty X3 – Buy 2 Get 3rd Free

Really Easy Raspberry To Grow And Look After- It’s A Dwarf Compact Variety Ideal For Growing In Containers And No Need For Supports. It’s A Floricane Variety, Fruiting In Early Summer.picking Is Made Really Easy Due To Its Spineless Stems And You Can Cover Them Easily Too With Netting To Keep The Birds Away. receiving Your 3 X 9cm Young Plantpot Up In A Slightly Larger Container And Keep The Soil Moist But Not Waterlogged For Over Winter. Pot Up In Its Final Container In Spring.harvest Fruits In Early Summer, And Simply Cut The Fruiting Stems To Ground Level Once They’ve Given You Harvests. There Should Be Some Strong Leafy (non-fruiting) Stems That Have Emerged From The Ground. Let These Grow On And They’ll Fruit The Following Summer.repeat This Pruning Pattern Each Year.floricane (summer-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Previous Year. After Fruiting, Cut Out The Old, Fruited Wood In Autumn/winter And Tie In The New Growths To The Support.  

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Potted Raspberry Cane – Ruby Beauty X1

Really Easy Raspberry To Grow And Look After- It’s A Dwarf Compact Variety Ideal For Growing In Containers And No Need For Supports. It’s A Floricane Variety, Fruiting In Early Summer.picking Is Made Really Easy Due To Its Spineless Stems And You Can Cover Them Easily Too With Netting To Keep The Birds Away. receiving Your 9cm Young Plantpot Up In A Slightly Larger Container And Keep The Soil Moist But Not Waterlogged For Over Winter. Pot Up In Its Final Container In Spring.harvest Fruits In Early Summer, And Simply Cut The Fruiting Stems To Ground Level Once They’ve Given You Harvests. There Should Be Some Strong Leafy (non-fruiting) Stems That Have Emerged From The Ground. Let These Grow On And They’ll Fruit The Following Summer.repeat This Pruning Pattern Each Year.floricane (summer-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Previous Year. After Fruiting, Cut Out The Old, Fruited Wood In Autumn/winter And Tie In The New Growths To The Support.

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Raspberry Canes – Malling Juno X12 – Floricane

Very Early Summer-fruiting Raspberry, You Can Enjoy Pickings From This Variety As Early As June. Canes Are Spine-free For Comfortable And Easy Harvesting, And It Shows Good Resistance To Diseases. receiving Your Plants (12 Canes)cut Down Canes To About 2cm (1in) Above Ground Level In The First Spring. This Will Encourage Multiple Canes To Grow From The Ground.tie In Canes As They Grow In The First Summer. You May Not Get Harvests In The First Summer While The Plants Establish. In Fact, If You Notice Flowers In The First Summer, Remove Them To Encourage Vigorous Plant Growth For Future Harvests.in The Following Summer Harvest The Fruits, And Prune The Fruiting Stems After Harvests To The Ground Level. There Should Be Some Strong Leafy (non-fruiting) Stems That Have Emerged From The Ground. Tie These Onto The Supports, As These Stems Will Flower And Fruit The Following Summer.repeat The Late Summer Pruning Each Year.floricane (summer-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Previous Year. After Fruiting, Cut Out The Old, Fruited Wood In Autumn/winter And Tie In The New Growths To The Support.  

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Raspberry Canes – Glen Dee X12 – Floricane

Vigorous Raspberry Variety Producing Ample Fruit In Mid To Late Summer. Regular Conical Fruits Mean They’re Easy To Harvest Along With Their Spine-free Stems. receiving Your Plants (12 Canes)cut Down Canes To About 2cm (1in) Above Ground Level In The First Spring. This Will Encourage Multiple Canes To Grow From The Ground.tie In Canes As They Grow In The First Summer. You May Not Get Harvests In The First Summer While The Plants Establish. In Fact, If You Notice Flowers In The First Summer, Remove Them To Encourage Vigorous Plant Growth For Future Harvests.in The Following Summer Harvest The Fruits, And Prune The Fruiting Stems After Harvests To The Ground Level. There Should Be Some Strong Leafy (non-fruiting) Stems That Have Emerged From The Ground. Tie These Onto The Supports, As These Stems Will Flower And Fruit The Following Summer.repeat The Late Summer Pruning Each Year.floricane (summer-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Previous Year. After Fruiting, Cut Out The Old, Fruited Wood In Autumn/winter And Tie In The New Growths To The Support.  

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Raspberry Canes – Sugana X6 – Floricane

New Variety Producing Two Crops Of Fruit On The Same Canes. Just Harvest The First Year Stems From August To October, Leave The Stems Over Winter And Harvest Again In June The Next Year. In The Meantime More Young Canes Will Sprout From The Ground Ready For Next Autumn. receiving Your Plants – (6 Canes)cut Down Canes To About 2cm (1in) Above Ground Level In The First Spring. This Will Encourage Multiple Canes To Grow From The Ground.tie In Canes As They Grow In The First Summer. You May Not Get Harvests In The First Summer While The Plants Establish. In Fact, If You Notice Flowers In The First Summer, Remove Them To Encourage Vigorous Plant Growth For Future Harvests.in The Following Summer Harvest The Fruits, And Then Leave The Fruiting Stems Over Winter. There’ll Be More Fruits Appear On The Canes In June The Next Year. In The Meantime More Young Canes Will Sprout From The Ground Ready For Next Autumn.cut Back The ‘twice-fruited’ Stems In July To Just Above Ground Level.floricane (summer-fruiting) Varieties Fruit On Canes Produced In The Previous Year. After Fruiting, Cut Out The Old, Fruited Wood In Autumn/winter And Tie In The New Growths To The Support.