ALL PLANTS ARE GROWN USING ORGANIC AND BIODYNAMIC PRINCIPLES
ALL PRICES INCLUDE POSTAGE AND PACKAGING TO UK DESTINATIONS
All plants are bare rooted and will require planting or heeling in on delivery. This pack truly is fantastic value for money especially when you consider how many plants you are getting and their cost when sold in pots!
The fruits are very nutritious and high in anthocyanins, aronia berries are eaten fresh, when they are sweet and juicy, but they are perhaps more commonly used to make tasty juice and preserves. Sold as 2ft - 3ft potted plants.
This is a superb tree growing up to 20m in height. The fruit is aromatic and tasty when ripe. The fruit is round or oval and usually orange-yellow, sometimes with a bluish tint, and from 2 to 6 cm in diameter. They are popular in North America in desserts and other cookery.
This is a deciduous shrub growing to 2m. It is fully hardy and is not frost tender. It is in flower in June followed by the delicious fruits. Black raspberries require moist and well-drained soil.
The plants have thick stems which branch in the second or third years, the plants can be treated in much the same way as cultivated raspberries or just left to their own devices.
The fruit is excellent either straight from the bush or cooked in pies or preserves.
A tea can also be made from the leaves.
The fruits are packed full of vitamins and antioxidants and a syrup made from the berries is a traditional cold cure.
You can also make delicious elderberry fritters from clusters of elderberry flowers and make jelly, juice and wine from the berries. Sold in 3L pots.
A great plant producing masses of tasty red or yellow fruits the size of cherries but the shape of plums.
In spring before its leaves appear the branches are smothered in white flowers.
The fruits make great jam, wine and are lovely straight from the tree.
The early spring clusters of yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers are followed in August by an abundance of very large, jet black berries, sweet and flavorful with a subtle hint of spice. Sold in 1L pots.
Its glossy green leaves, white flowers and small, red, edible fruit combine to give it its Latin name (three colours). This is a very vigorous plant which can spread up to 2 metres each year.
The fruit is very tasty and can be used in much the same way as a conventional raspberry. Sold in 3L pots.
An evergreen Shrub growing to 0.25m by 1m. It is hardy and flowers from May to June, and the small red fruits, which are similar to cranberries, ripen from August to October.
The cowberry is self-fertile and is good for attracting wildlife. This plant prefers acid soils and can grow in very acid soil. It can grow in semi-shade, but will fruit better in a sunnier position.
In Scandinavia the berries are much used for jams and pubbings, Lingonberry soup being a favourite in Sweden. They are often served with meatballs and reindeer meat. I have made a good liqueur from them.
The plant is hardy, but can only tolerate short periods of snow and frost so really only suitable for the southern part of Britain. That said plants which are cut back by frost do tend to spring back come the warmer weather of spring.
Sold in 3L to 5L pots.
This vigorous hardy Kiwi is not self fertile so a male plant is included in the order. The male plant can be cut back once it has done its job as a pollinator.
This is an attractive climber with heart shaped foliage and clusters of fragrant small white flowers in summer. The oval fruits can be harvested from September. They are delicious raw or made into a fantastic jam. Sold as a pair in 3 litre pots.
The Honeyberry is not too fussy about soil but likes full sun and a well drained site. Sold in 3L pots. Ideally for maximum fruiting 2 plants are needed.
The loquat is an evergreen tree growing to 9m by 5m at a medium rate. It is in leaf all year, and in flower from November to March, and the fruits, if you are lucky to see some, ripen from April to June.
The loquat is not fussy about soil and can grow in semi-shade, but prefers sun and will fruit better with more warmth.
Lovely tasty fruits which look a bit like apricots, as well as being eaten raw they make delicious jam. Sold in 4L pots.
The plant is frost tolerant, but does need some protection as temperatures below -12C will kill the flower buds.
The fruits have an amazing fruit salad mixed flavour and are delicious eaten fresh or used in compotes and jam.
The flowers are also edible with a hint of cinnamon. Sold in 3L pots.
Trees are self-fertile and make excellent specimen trees. Red mulberries are native to North America, the fruit is 2-3 cm long, red ripening dark purple, edible and very sweet with a good flavour. Sold as 3ft to 3.5ft plants.
The Russian olive is extremely tolerant of environmental factors. The Russian olive has low water requirements and displays a high tolerance for salt and alkali. Its stems, buds, and leaves have a dense covering of silvery to rusty scales.
At three years of age, plants begin to flower and fruit. Highly aromatic, creamy yellow flowers appear in June and July and are later replaced by clusters of abundant silvery fruits which makes a tasty sweet/tart edition to your summer fruit bowl and makes an excellent jam.
Salal's abundant, dark purple, blueberry-size berries ripen in late summer and are juicy, sweet and very tasty. The fruits are good for eating fresh and drying, it also makes tasty jam and preserves.
Salal is happy in full sun or partial shade. It prefers acidic, rich, and moist, well-drained soil. Sold in 3L pots.
The fruits are used extensively in Germany, Scandinavia and eastern Europe where they are juiced or cooked where they take on an almost apricot-like flavour.
Male and female plants are needed for setting fruit. Sold as 2ft plants. All orders will include one male and one female seaberry.
The berries are fantastic straight from the plant or made in jam or puddings. Sold in 5L pots.