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Misc Self fertile
Shade Partial Shade
Soil Alkaline/Chalky
Fruiting Mid Season Fruiting
Type Eating
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Tayberry Bushes

Buckingham Tayberries are less ferociously spined tayberry plants. The tayberry is a hybridberry created by crossing blackberries and raspberries. Tayberries plants are higher yielding than loganberries and they produce enormous fruit - often up to 2" long (5cms). These are extremely tasty, have a lovely wine colour and freeze remarkably well.The cropping season for Buckingham Tayberries is from the beginning of July to the end of August.

Cultivation is easy - any decent well drained soil will do, ideally in a sunny spot although they will take a touch of shade. Tayberry plants should be set at least 2 metres apart and the canes need to be trained on straining wires (make them strong as the fruit can be heavy). Fruiting is on the previous year's growth and canes that have fruited should be completely cut out.

Browse our variety of hybrid berry plants or see our full range of soft fruit bushes.

Bareroot planting is best done between October and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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