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Large yellow-green berries are borne on this almost thornless variety that forms a bush rather than the traditional cane habit. The berries are tart and can be used to make wonderful jams, jellies, desserts and pies.
How To Grow
Will grow in most soils but prefers a mild Summer. The fruits are produced from 1 year old wood so a light annual pruning after fruiting is recommended and removal of old wood to thin out every 3-4 years. Needs a cold Winter to ensure adequate fruit set.
Plant: Cover roots 150cm apart in full sun.
When To Plant
Late Autumn to Early Spring
Our bulbs are seasonally available at leading garden retailers nationwide. Spring flowering varieties are in peak season February to June, and Summer flowering varieties and produce from June to September. Please contact your nearest garden retailer for availability.
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