From £2.05Autumn Bliss Raspberries Group: Autumn fruiting Fruits on current year's growth Picking: Crops
From £2.95Use: Scented, long flowering low hedge. Also good in containers Height/Spread: 45 cm Colour: dee
From £18.95Height:to 4.5m Use: Eating Pruning: Spur bearer Pollination: Needs pollinating Picking: October App
Description of Cambridge Favourite Plants & Fruit:
Cambridge Favourite is rightly named - it is still the number one strawberry for planting on pick your own farms and no market stall selling soft fruit is without them. It's a very reliable plant and one of the best choices for poorer planting conditions.
The fruit are a decent size, with a rich flavour.It's one of the most common fruit for making jam commercially.
You can bring the harvest forward by covering your plants, but we find that the best crops come later from plants left in the open.
All strawberries will do best in full sun, but this is the best plant to use if you are stuck with some shade.
Read our detailed information on how to grow Strawberries here.
An old British variety, bred in the 1930s by Mr Boyles of Cambridge.