Raspberry Polar Berry
These new and quite unique snow white fruits are larger than many of the standard cultivated blackberries, but are just as sweet and juicy. It is an excellent variety for jams, jellies and preserves, as well as juicing, and when freshly-picked, the berries can be consumed immediately, or they can be mixed into fruit bowls and green salads to amaze and intrigue your guests and friends. They can also be used as a substitute for regular blackberries in raw and cooked applications. (Maybe the first ever pot of white jam....?) And the foliage and stems are a startling, most attractive, bright emerald green, as the plant possesses absolutely no pigmentation.
Sow seeds at any time of the year into a sandy compost, sprinkle with fine sand or grit, DO NOT COVER THICKLY. light is NEEDED to stimulate seed germination! NO artificial heat needed. Leave in a cool spot, keep moist, seed germinates slowly in natural temperature fluctuation usually in spring, whenever sown. Seeds are fresh but may take from 4-12 months to appear. DO NOT discard the seed tray, be patient. Pot on small plants.
Common name:Rubus fruticosus
Packet Content:10 (Approx)