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Soft Fruit Bushes & Vines

If you are fed up with buying flavourless, overpriced summer fruits, then we suggest you grow your own! You cannot beat home grown fruit for taste and modern varieties offer improved growing success and abundant crops. Whether you want to try something different like loganberries and tayberries or just enjoy Wimbledon's favourite - strawberries, we really do have the ideal fruit bushes for every gardener.

Many soft fruit bushes are compact in their growth habit making them ideal for growing in containers or planting in small gardens. Vigorous climbing plants such as kiwi fruit and grape vines can be planted where space is not an issue and are very useful for covering unsightly walls and fences.

Take a look through our extensive range of soft fruit bushes and fruit vines today. You don't want to miss out!


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Blackberry Bush 'Chester Thornless'
£16.50Blackberry Bush 'Chester Thornless'One of the best late season blackberries! A combination of high quality fruit, exceptional yields and superb flavour have resulted in this being one of the most widely grown blackberry varieties in the UK. Chester Thornless produces bumper yields that are unequalled by any other variety. The large, shiny black fruits are deliciously sweet and juicy. Plants are extremely vigorous producing semi-erect thornless canes. Disease resistance is excellent. Plant 2-2.5m (7-8ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Karaka Black'
£16.50Blackberry Bush 'Karaka Black'With an average berry weight of 10g or more, this new blackberry produces some of the largest fruits we have ever seen. The long, firm, glossy berries are well displayed, easy to pick and have a good flavour. Yields in trials have been outstanding - in New Zealand, where it was bred, it is now the most widely planted variety due to its exceptional performance. The canes are moderately vigorous and although spiny are fairly easy to manage. Ripens early in the season and has a long cropping period, producing high quality fruit for six weeks. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Loch Ness'
£15.95Blackberry Bush 'Loch Ness'One of the most widely grown varieties of blackberry producing heavy crops of superb quality fruit. The glossy black berries are large (typically 5g or more) and have a very good flavour. A compact variety that is thornless and easy to train. The canes have very good winter hardiness. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Loch Tay'
£16.50Blackberry Bush 'Loch Tay'This new blackberry variety is already very popular with commercial growers and is the preferred variety of the supermarkets, particularly Waitrose. It produces heavy crops of shiny black berries that are large (4.5-5g) and have an excellent flavour. The plant is compact and the canes are thornless and easy to train. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Reuben'
£16.50Blackberry Bush 'Reuben'The world's first primocane blackberry (cropping on first year growth) also happens to produce the biggest, sweetest fruits we have ever seen! With a berry weight of up to 14g, the fruits are twice the size of most other varieties. Sweeter than strawberries and full of juice, the fruits taste fantastic picked fresh from the bush. Because of its primocane habit there is the potential to get two crops every year - a summer crop on the old canes and a later crop on the current season's growth. The bush is compact with an upright habit and can be grown in a large container or in the open ground. It is easy to grow, very reliable and loses its spines as it matures. Plant 75cm (2ft 6in) apart.Buy Now
Blackcurrant Bush 'Ben Alder' (Pot Grown)
£14.95Blackcurrant Bush 'Ben Alder' (Pot Grown)A new blackcurrant, producing very heavy crops of medium sized berries late in the season. In commercial trials in Norfolk it was the highest yielding variety. The bush is vigorous and has good resistance to mildew and leaf spot. The fruits contain high levels of anthocyanins (thought to confer major health benefits) and have a typical blackcurrant flavour.Buy Now
Blackcurrant Bush 'Ben Lomond' (Pot Grown)
£14.95Blackcurrant Bush 'Ben Lomond' (Pot Grown)This used to be the most widely grown blackcurrant but has now been supersceded by more modern varieties. It produces heavy crops of fruit with a good sweet flavour. The blossom is resistant to frost. Produces a compact bush.Buy Now
Blackcurrant Bush 'Ben Sarek' (Pot Grown)
£14.95Blackcurrant Bush 'Ben Sarek' (Pot Grown)This heavy cropping blackcurrant produces a small compact bush and is ideal for smaller gardens. The berries are large and have a good flavour. The blossom is frost resistant and is therefore a wise choice for the north. Mildew resistant.Buy Now
Blackcurrant Bush 'Ebony' (Pot Grown)
£15.50Blackcurrant Bush 'Ebony' (Pot Grown)This new blackcurrant produces very large fruits that are so sweet they can be eaten without sugar straight from the bush. Very heavy yielding and resistant to mildew.Buy Now
Blueberry Bush 'Aurora'New Product
£15.95Blueberry Bush 'Aurora'This variety is extremely heavy cropping and ripens very late in the season. The berries are large and firm and if left to ripen on the bush fully have a rich flavour and lovely aroma. Beautiful red autumn foliage.Buy Now
Blueberry Bush 'Bluecrop'
£15.95Blueberry Bush 'Bluecrop'The most widely grown variety of blueberry producing large well flavoured berries. Reliable and heavy cropping. The bush is vigorous and has good resistance to drought. Beautiful autumn colour.Buy Now
Blueberry Bush 'Brigitta'
£15.95Blueberry Bush 'Brigitta'This late season variety produces an abundance of large, light blue berries that are very tasty and richly flavoured. The fruits have a firm texture making them ideal for freezing as well as eating fresh. For pollination purposes it is best if planted near another variety.Buy Now
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