Berry Seeds

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    One of the favourite fruits of the temperate world, blackcurrants produce numerous clumps of sweet, juicy, black fruits, heavily laden with vitamin C and countless other good vitamins, which are unbeatable for jams and juices. These ready-stratified seeds were harvested from some of the best cultivars in the world. Habits will vary a little but all plants will produce several kilograms of fruit when established. The dried leaves are sometimes used to make tea. These valuable plants are also amazingly hardy, surviving to below minus 40 F which coincidentally is minus 40 C, with little problem. Their main competitor for vitamin C production, the lemon tree, is long dead at this temperature. Prune very old wood back occasionally and these plants will give fruit for very many years. ... Learn More



    These seeds, which have been stratified ready to sow, have been collected from the very best cultivars including Himalayan Giant and Loch Tay. They will produce plants giving different-sized fruits from early to late season, bearing the sweetest and most succulent black fruits from mid-summer onwards. ... Learn More



    These seeds were collected from the very best forms of wild blackberry growing in the 3 kilometers of ancient Devon hedges we have surrounding Plant World. Habits of the wild form do vary so special care was taken to select the heaviest cropping bushes which were heavily laden with sweet fruit from mid August until late September. ... Learn More



    If you hate being scratched whilst collecting blackberries, this is the one for you. This quite amazing variation bears smooth, shiny, thorn-free stems carrying countless bunches of sweet, juicy black berries. ... Learn More



    These seeds, which have been stratified ready to sow, have been collected from Tupi, one of the very best cultivars sold for sweet snacking. They will produce thorny upright plants bearing really large, black, sweetest and most succulent luscious fruits quite late in the season. It is a hybrid of the Comanche and Uruguai varieties, and is well adapted to the southern half of the USA and warm places. Although the roots are frost hardy they do best in a warm sheltered position with lots of sun. ... Learn More



    The "Blueberry" or more correctly Vaccinium corymbosum, is one of the healthiest fruits in the world. The sweet, juicy fruits, as well as being high in vitamin C are also packed with anti-oxidants, which defeat bladder and cystitis problems, and compounds that reduce cholesterol. Our seeds are produced from the berries of different cultivars of heavy-fruiting plants, and the ones you grow will include early and late fruiting varieties and display a diversity of different habits. Grow plants either in pots, or in ground enriched with plenty of peat or acidic compost for best results. ... Learn More



    Large, red, vitamin-filled berries are produced on evergreen plants in mid to late summer. The wild cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) is an evergreen, ground-cover plant native to North America which flourishes in boggy conditions and contains very few seeds indeed. Consequently we can only give ten seeds per packet. ... Learn More



    Compact long-lived bushes bear plump, juicy, sweet red fruits bursting with vitamins and minerals, which are produced all summer long, right up to the first frosts. These easy-to-grow, drought-tolerant tomato relatives will grow in any soil, are hardy down to -15c, and can produce 1-2kg of fruit when only 2 years old! These have now been acknowledged as one of the main so-called 'superfruits', a marketing term referring to a fruit which combines exceptional nutrient richness and antioxidant with a pleasant taste. Also known as Wolf Berry, they have actually been established in England for centuries despite the recent upsurge in popularity. ... Learn More



    Exclusive NEW release by Plant World! Yes, BLACK Goji Berries!! Jealously guarded for many years in a small area of China, these compact, long-lived bushes bear heavy, hanging branches dripping with clusters of plump, juicy, pearl-sized, sweet black fruits. These are bursting with vitamins and minerals, and are produced all summer long, right up to the first frosts. These easy-to-grow, drought-tolerant plants will grow in any soil, are hardy down to -15c, and can produce 1-2kg of fruit when only 2 years old! These have now been acknowledged as one of the main so-called 'superfruits', a marketing term for fruits which combines exceptional nutrient richness and antioxidant with a pleasant taste. This amazing new fruit is claimed to be even healthier than the common red one on account of the purple pigment that contains flavonoids, including reservatrol, and anthocyanins which have been shown to keep blood pressure in control and boost immunity from certain tumuors. Recent discoveries have shown undeniably that the top benefactor in purple foods is their antioxidant content, the powerful health benefits of which are only too well known, as they neutralize the agents of ageing and disease, and keep you looking younger longer. They also improve heart health, vision, and brain power. Recent studies found that adults who eat purple and blue fruits and vegetables have reduced risk for both high blood pressure and low HDL cholesterol (the “good” kind) and finally these people are also less likely to be overweight, so slimmers take note! ... Learn More



    Also known as Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry. Sweet juicy berries, the size of large cherries, enclosed in papery Chinese-lantern casings and tasting like a mix of pineapples and strawberries. Fruits outside in the south. ... Learn More



    Tall, erect, sticky-haired stems carry sizeable 'paper lanterns' which contain the largest and juiciest fruits of all the golden berries. This is the physalis variety sold at inflated prices in supermarkets and used to adorn expensive desserts in restaurants. ... Learn More



    This fast-growing, newly discovered plant from the Solanaceae family produces clusters of sweet, yellow or orange berries, (which bear a striking resemblance to yellow currants but are no relation), on long dividing stems which carry slightly hairy leaves. It can be grown in a container, when the plant will produce fruit very quickly indeed, whilst very small, or in the open ground or greenhouse when the plant will carry on growing and producing fruit all summer long and right into the autumn. Unripe berries should not be eaten. This completely new introduction to Western gardens has been around for centuries in Africa (Solanum villosum), where the actual leaves, which are reputedly used like spinach, are sold at high prices in markets, although we cannot recommend this use. Although the leaves of this plant are often smoked, reputedly as a legal drug cannabis substitute, we definitely DO NOT recommend this practice. ... Learn More



    Unlike wonderberries or blueberries, the easy-to-grow huckleberry will need cooking, as they are bitter when raw and unsweetened,although some people do eat them when they are ripe and soft. But a real culinary miracle occurs when you cook and sweeten this variety of garden huckleberries! In America they are traditionally used to make delicious pies and jams but for some reason, elsewhere in the world they have never really caught on. Please don't forget, do NOT eat when unripe, as with many fruits, they can give you severe tummy-ache even in small quantities. ... Learn More



    This vigorous climbing vine with large exotic-looking leaves is easily grown to produce hundreds of sweet fruits, or even as a screen to cover a dead tree, the new shoots produced each summer growing 10 to 15 feet or more. For a start grow several plants together, because plants are either male or female and only the females produce the fruit! It makes obvious economic sense to remove all but one male (think of a cockerel!) plant once the sex is confirmed. Stems should be cut back during the winter months, and the rooting area mulched with manure ensuring a yearly abundance of fruit. ... Learn More



    This lovely cross between a raspberry and blackberry has fruit which is slightly longer and fatter than a raspberry with a juicier and sharper flavour. These plants are sturdy and more disease and frost resistant than many other berry hybrids and usually produce fruit throughout August and September. The large berries should be allowed to darken to a deep purple colour before picking to obtain the best-flavoured fruit. They are undemanding and easy to grow, and continue to fruit for many years. Seedlings may give slightly different but equally tasty fruits so expect the odd delicious surprise! ... Learn More


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