Raspberries

Though we only have a small selection of Raspberry varieties available they cover a long fruiting period. From Glen Ample that is picked from late June to autumn fruiting raspberries which can be picked through until the first frosts. Supplied in bundles of 5.

Not grown by ourselves but from a very reliable local nursery they are non organic canes. A minimum amount of herbicide sprays are used, one in the spring, to assist in producing a good crop. Otherwise they are grown organically

Raspberry canes are dispatched between late November and early April when dormant.

Having ordered we will acknowledge your order before being in contact as soon as we can from late November to arrange delivery or collection. Payment will not be taken until October.

  • Glen AmpleNEW!

    Glen Ample

    £10.50

    Glen Ample is an early/mid season summer fruiting variety that forms the backbone of the UK raspberry industry. Consistently high yielding with large berries of excellent quality.

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  • Glen MagnaNEW!

    Glen Magna

    £10.50

    A late main season variety, Glen Magna is a high yielding raspberry which produces large bright red berries, conical in shape.

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  • Autumn Bliss

    Autumn Bliss

    £10.50

    The most well known autumn fruiting raspberry producing its bright red berries on the tips of the current seasons canes. Fruiting starts from August providing a steady crop of berries into the autumn and the first frosts.

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  • Autumn TreasureNEW!

    Autumn Treasure

    £10.50

    An autumn fruiting raspberry producing long conical bright red berries on current seasons canes. Starts fruiting from August providing berries into the autumn and the first frosts.

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Plant canes about 50cm / 18" apart into a prepared bed. Summer fruiting varieties Glen Magna & Ample fruit on the previous years growth and will need post and wire support. The autumn fruiting varieties do not require support. Known as Primocanes they fruit on current seasons growth and are cut down to just above soil level each year over the winter.