Frank P Matthews
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Raspberry canes are hardy vigorous plants ideal for any garden, especially cooler regions. Raspberries serve many purposes and can be eaten fresh, made into jams and preserves, used in pies, yoghurts and more.
Raspberry bushes thrive in moisture-retentive, fertile, slightly acidic soils which are well-drained. They prefer being planted in sunny sheltered locations, although they will tolerate partial shade.
Regular pruning will result in healthier and better quality plants. All varieties are self-fertile and are pollinated by insects.
An early autumn fruiting variety picked from early August-October. Heavy cropper. Outstanding.
Mid season, high yeilding, spine free variety with large fleshy quality. Fruit picking over a long period.
The original mid-season yellow raspberry. Delicious sweet golden berries that are packed full of vitamins and antioxidants.
Excellent quality yellow raspberry. Perfect for growing in small spaces. Has a combined sweet and sour flavour.
Good quality medium to large fruits, few spines mainly at the cane base. Late summer season and long picking period.
An autumn fruiting primocane. Large, golden yellow fruits with a delicious sweet taste.
Very healthy variety resistant to root rot. Large long, firm intensely flavoured berries have an excellent shelf life.
Primocane variety produces a heavy crop of juicy and sweet tasting fruit over a long cropping period from July to October.
Firm and deliciously sweet berries. Spine-free and crops from early to late June, excellent disease resistance.
Mid season summer fruiting which crops over 4 weeks. Large, very tasty raspberries of excellent quality. Spine free.
A compact dwarf, autumn fruiting raspberry. Medium sized, dark red berries with a sweet mild flavour.
New golden primocane Raspberry. Large, juicy firm fruits on spine-free canes. Mid season.