Berry Seeds

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  1. KIWI FRUIT. ACTINIDIA CHINENSIS DELICIOSA

    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

    $3.18

  2. LOGANBERRY

    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 sturdy plants more disease and frost resistant than many other berry hybrids and usually produce fruit throughout June, July, 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, 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

    $3.49

  3. New

    PINEBERRY

    This rare and incredibly delicious new fruit, ripening in spring and summer, resembles a strawberry, but also has a pineapple-like flavour. When ripe, this cross between Fragaria chiloensis and Fragaria virginiana, is almost completely white, but has attractive red "seeds" (achenes) patterned across its surface. It is exceptionally disease resistant, and when sold is very highly priced. First found in South America around 2002, it is now being grown in Belgium and the Netherlands. ... Learn More

    $3.75

  4. RASPBERRY

    Probably the most popular of all soft fruits, this is one of the the most important modern commercial plants. These seeds have been collected from a mixture of the many commercial forms and will produce large, sweet, red fruits. Seeds have been ready stratified and cleaned and are ready to sow. Botanically, red raspberry cultivars derive from hybrids between R. idaeus and R. strigosus. Recent breeding has resulted in cultivars that are thorn-less and more strongly upright, many forms not needing staking. ... Learn More

    $3.37

  5. New

    RASPBERRY FALL GOLD

    Golden raspberries are a rare and exquisite juicy treat, sometimes sold as a specialty berry at farmers markets when they command a high price. Sweeter than red ones, they completely lack the sharp acids and red dyes, so for lovers of sweet fruits they are absolutely perfect. They are rarely eaten by birds the usual thieves, because they are not generally interested in the yellow fruits, so no special protection is needed! As well as being extremely hardy, they are primocane raspberries..... (yes a rare word), meaning they bear fruit on the first year canes. But the subsequent final potential is for TWO fruit crops, the first in late July, then a second bigger yield in September and October, and incredibly, and we didn't believe it until we grew them, right into the first frosts! Grow these raspberries and amaze your guests, and who wouldn’t want to enjoy a yellow raspberry jam or a dessert with yellow raspberries? ... Learn More

    $3.62

  6. RED CURRANT (RIBES RUBRUM)

    These gorgeous fruits are closely related to blackcurrants, but are generally grown more like gooseberries in individual groups. They thrive well in northern regions and tolerate part shade well, but the fruits will ripen more quickly and taste sweeter if given some full sun. Although they look very similar, they have a quite addictive and completely different taste, from those of their black relatives, with only a few largish seeds being produced. ... Learn More

    $3.37

  7. STRAWBERRY 'TEMPTATION' F1

    An excellent 'sweetheart' variety producing dark red sweet-tasting fruit on compact dark green plants. This variety is almost runner-less so is ideal for use in hanging baskets, grow bags or patio containers. ... Learn More

    $3.49

  8. WONDERBERRY

    A superb newcomer, resembling the garden huckleberry, but with a far superior taste, but should not be eaten green. Quick and easy to grow in a container, garden or green house, producing thousands of small, unusual-flavoured, sweet blackcurrant-like fruits which can be eaten straight from the plant, but also cooked when they make a very good jam/jelly/preserve. Young plants can fruit in as little as 10 weeks. The leaves of this plant are narcotic and are sometimes smoked as a cannabis legal drug substitute and we DO NOT recommend this practice. ... Learn More

    $3.18

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