Product code: 7226
Yellow Cream Alpine strawberry seeds are a bit easier to start than some others. Start the seeds indoors as early as December, and transplant outdoors one week after your last average frost date. That’s around the first or second week in April.
Product code: 2898
While they may not produce much fruit the first year, these sprawling plants will eventually yield heavily over a long season. They are considered everbearing and will flower over and over if plants are kept picked. This strawberry is ideal for container.
Product code: 3051
Large, red, vitamin-filled berries are produced on evergreen plants in mid to late summer. The cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) is an evergreen, ground-cover plant native to North America which flourishes in boggy conditions and contains very few seeds.
Product code: 3091
Generally grown as an annual, the plants are semi-sprawling bushes in structure and generally left unsupported. They are very productive throughout the gardening season until first frost kills them.
Product code: 4863
The Alpine Strawberry "Ruegen" has intensely delicious fruit on beautiful, naturally-everbearing, compact plants without runners. Clusters of large, white flowers followed by remarkably sweet, tasty red berries, June - late fall. Evergreen in warm areas.
Product code: 163
This ancient of strawberry was popular in colonial America as well as 17th century Europe. Fruit have bright red skin and pure white flesh. These bear in June and are best eaten right out of the garden, they have superb flavor, not shipping quality.
Product code: 5170
Strawberry Snow White is an unusual white variety with vivid red seeds that will make a refreshing change to fruit salads and ice cream. This popular novelty crop produces fruit with a lovely flavour.
Product code: 7
Fruit can be eaten fresh or cooked and made into jams, tarts or puddings. Prefers a fertile, well drained moisture retentive soil but is not fussy whether conditions are acid or alkaline. Best in full sun or light shade but can tolerate semi-shade.
Product code: 9820
The commercial success of the plant is explained by a large number of advantages, including: the absence of thorns, large fruit size, productivity, pleasant taste, high resistance to diseases and pests, beautiful flowering.
Product code: 9795
A variety of a thornless garden blackberry, with an average ripening period, the average yield is 10-15 kg, and with high agricultural technology up to 20-25 kg, berries weighing about 5 grams, collected in large clusters.
Product code: 12874
The bushes of the cultivar are considered semi-upright, at the beginning of growth the shoots grow vertically, and then they fall, their length reaches 4-5 m, the berries ripen very early, with enhanced care they can reach a weight of 20 grams.
Product code: 12875
Reliable early Polish variety, with large dense berries suitable for transportation, bushless, productive bushes, firm flesh, very fragrant, sweet, medium-sized berries, round, medium weight berries - 5-6 grams, good taste.
Product code: 5401
This is a fruitful hybrid of large-fruited garden strawberries. The bush is strong, up to 20-25 cm high, with moderate mustache formation. The leaf is large, dark green. The flowers are pale pink. Peduncles powerful, durable. The berries are large, red, s
Product code: 12237
Characterized by good vigour and rusticity, it shows a very high tolerance to leaf and root diseases. Leaves are mid-sized, light green, flower is below or even with the foliage, fruit is regular conical shape, bright, medium red in colour, very firm.
Product code: 12258
Also known as the strawberry-raspberry for its strawberry-like creeping habit, the Balloon Berry is a woodland plant from Japan. Unlike most Rubus species, is not a cane fruit, but a low, ground-cover perennial or sub-shrub. The berries are very large.
Product code: 11352
usk tomatoes have light-brown, papery husks (calyxes) that enlarge and cover the maturing fruits. The 2 most common cultivated species are the ground cherry and the tomatillo. Both have been cultivated in Central and South America for centuries.
Product code: 8754
Although South American in origin, this plant gets it vernacular, common name from the fact it was long cultivated by colonists at the Cape of Good Hope for its fruit which was eaten raw or "made into pies, puddings or preserves."
Product code: 10724
Easy to grow and very prolific, producing 2-3" round fruits, ripening to yellow-green. Tomatillos, a staple in Mexican dishes, are used for fresh or cooked green sauces.
Product code: 3696
The Raspberry Sugana is a vigorous variety great for people who are restricted on space as they work well in pots and containers without losing any of the cropping potential. Make sure they are planted in well-drained.
Product code: 12277
There's never been a raspberry like 'Fall Gold' before! It's everbearing, self-fertile, and sets two crops: one crop in fall, then another in spring. Prune it back after the spring berries are harvested, and you begin a new growing cycle. Wow!
Product code: 2285
An excellent choice for containers or other uses for seed started strawberries. First it is very early and not day length sensitive so it will fruit as an everbearer - all season long. Secondly it is very large for strawberries of this type.
Product code: 1055
One of the better known heirloom alpine strawberries, Alexandria has thimble-sized, luscious, dark red berries. Top-rated for flavor, vigor and yield, these runnerless, everbearing plants produce more fruit when allowed ample space.
Product code: 2036
The strawberries grow upright during the whole summer and a large part of the fall. You can harvest Regina till the first frosts. Very much loved by bees. Strawberries are delicious fruits and the flavour is nicest when they are really fresh.
Product code: 12239
One of the favourite fruits of the temperate world, blackcurrants produce numerous clumps of sweet, juicy, black fruits, heavily laden with vitamin C and countless other good vitamins, which are unbeatable for jams and juices.
Product code: 10447
A unique and rarely offered yellow-fruited form of the European Wild Strawberry. Clumps do not make runners, so these are well-behaved plants suitable for edging, in the rock garden or in containers. Tiny white flowers appear all season.
Product code: 9920
The wood alpine strawberry produces masses of dainty, sweet tasting berries from July to September. The small fruits have a delicate flavour with an almond undertone making them perfect for decorating pastries and cakes.
Product code: 12250
Ribes ‘Josta’ is the result of crossing the blackcurrant and the gooseberry. It’s a very strong and healthy bush that can become 2 m high. The branches don’t have thorns. The small flowers of the Ribes ‘Josta’ appear in April.
Product code: 12247
Redcurrants are closely related to blackcurrants, but are generally grown more like gooseberries in individual groups. They thrive well in northern regions and tolerate part shade well, but the fruits will ripen more quickly and taste sweeter.
Product code: 12249
Black Velvet is a mid season vigorous variety of gooseberry with a spreading habit. The berries are a dark red/plum colour with a pleasant mix of sweet and tart when ripe. Yields are high of small to medium sized fruits.
Product code: 12248
The humble White Currant really has proven to be an enduringly popular choice amongst British fruit gardeners, and it isn't difficult to see why. Celebrated for their high vitamin C content, currant berries make an excellent addition to a healthy diet.