You can buy the entire contents of your soft fruit cage here; we have literally dozens of varieties of berry and currant to suit every palate. We grow almost all our soft fruit here in the UK and our varieties are chosen to eat off the bush, cook or freeze..
With the exception of the Blackberries,
Blueberries and Hybridberries, most of our stock are bareroot plants.
Bareroot stock is cheaper than its container grown equivalent, can be ordered at any time, but is only delivered in the winter.
Berry bushes are mostly very easy to grow: fertile soil, good drainage and plenty of sun is ideal, but you can still get great crops from Blackberries, Raspberries and Hybridberries in pretty poor conditions.
You will find more growing and pruning advice in each category.
Our stocks of potted soft fruit bushes always get snapped up quickly, so order early to avoid disappointment.
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Choosing Soft Fruit
Generally, garden plants are chosen to fit a colour scheme. Soft fruit is chosen to suit your taste in but in a completely different sense. The soft fruit garden is where you can let your "dark side" run riot. Really anything goes as long as you like eating it... the trick, perhaps, is to choose soft fruit varieties that not only crop well, but that do so over as long a period as possible. That way you avoid gluts and get to enjoy your favourites all summer.
How to Plant and Look After Soft Fruit
Soft fruit bushes are mostly very easy to grow: fertile soil, good drainage and plenty of sunshine are the ideal, but you can still get great crops from the likes of Blackberries, Tayberries and Loganberries in relatively poor conditions. There is more growing and pruning advice below and in each category.
About Strawberries - An Introduction to growing strawberries | Advice from Ashridge Nurseries
Strawberry basicsYour strawberry plants are grown from shoots called runners that were produced by adult plants during the previous summer. These are encouraged to take root securely and allowed to grow before being lifted and sent to you. When your plants make runners of thei...
Pruning Summer Fruiting Raspberries
Pruning Summer Fruiting RaspberriesSummer fruiting raspberry canes make their fruit on stems that are one year old, as opposed to Autumn fruiting varieties that fruit on their new growth. A summer fruiting raspberry cane only fruits once on each stem, so they should be cut down ...
Growing Blueberries in Open Ground