Raspberry Glaucus (Andean Variety)
This extremely rare and succulent fruit grows wild in the foothills of the Southern Chilean and Argentinian Andes. Long-treasured by locals, it is easy to grow and extremely hardy, and will produce an extended crop of deep red, ripening-to-purple berries from midsummer onwards. These unusual, huge sweet juicy fruits taper to a point and are exceptionally long.
Sow seeds at any time of the year into a sandy compost and cover thinly with grit. NO artificial heat is needed. leave seed tray in a cool spot and keep moist, seed generally germinates very slowly indeed, usually appearing in spring whenever they are sown. These seeds are fresh but may take up to 6-12 months to appear. DO NOT discard the seed tray, be patient, they WILL germinate if you follow this advice. Pot on small plants before planting out in rows.
Common name:RUBUS GLAUCUS
Packet Content:10 (Approx)