Soft Fruit Plants - Full List

The Best Soft Fruit Varieties

The complete list of Soft Fruit bushes & canes, including strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, currants and more. UK grown.

All the plants in this section have a Year Guarantee, with free delivery on orders over £60. Best advice & support throughout. 

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    • Nearly thornless.
    • Medium size fruit, sweet.
    • Brix level 11.
    • Big, vigorous plant.
    • Good disease resistance.
    • Long harvest period: Early August until winter frosts.
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    • Slightly Thorny.
    • Massive fruit, 10-11g, mild tangy flavour.
    • Brix level 11.
    • Small plant.
    • Crops Mid-July - September.
    • Resistant to Grey Mould.
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    • Thornless.
    • Small fruit, sharp, wild flavour.
    • Brix level 7.
    • Compact, upright plant, good for pots.
    • Crops Mid-Aug to Mid-September.
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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    • Thornless.
    • Small fruit, sweet flavour - excellent.
    • Brix level 10
    • Compact, upright plant, good for pots.
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
    • Crops Mid/Late-July - Mid-September.
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    • Size: 2m high
    • Fruit: large
    • Taste: sweet, excellent flavour
    • Use: eat fresh or in jams and pies. Freezes well
    • Picking: July and August.
    • Colour: black
    • Spacing: 60cm between plants

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    • Thorny.
    • Medium-large fruit, heavy crops, good flavour.
    • Brix level 9/10
    • Quite large plant.
    • Crops through August.
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    • Large fruit.
    • Upright growth, ideal for dense planting.
    • The first primocane blackberry!
    • Crops on the current year's growth.
    • Greedy plant, needs ideal soil & sun.
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  1. Rubus fruticosus

    30-40cms Plants
    • Native bramble, thorny.
    • Blackberries in late summer.
    • Self fertile.
    • Excellent ground cover for wildlife.
    • Suitable for wild country hedge mixes, in moderation.
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
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    • Fruit: Sweet. Heavy crops to 3.5kg
    • Uses: Ideal for Cooking, Fresh
    • Picking: July-August
    • Height x Spread: 1-1.5m x 1-1.5m
    • Spacing: 1.5m
    • Self-fertile & Frost resistant
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    • Fruit: Sweet. Good cropper when mature.
    • Use: Cooking or raw
    • Picking: July-August
    • Height: 1-1.2m x Spread: 1-1.5m
    • Spacing: 1.5m
    • Self-fertile & Frost resistant
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    • Fruit: Sweet, really big berries.
    • Big crops may need support.
    • Use: Cooking or raw
    • Picking: mid-July
    • Height: 1-1.2m x Spread: 1-1.5m
    • Spacing: 1.5m
    • Self-fertile & Frost resistant
    • Bareroot Only (winter delivery)
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    • Fruit: Sweet, huge berries up to 3g, crops to 4.5kg
    • Use: Excellent fresh off the bush, Cooking.
    • Picking: late June
    • Height: 1-1.6m x Spread: 1-1.5m
    • Spacing: 1.5m
    • Self-fertile & Disease resistant
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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    • Fruit: The Sweetest! Also large berries.
    • Use: Best for eating fresh.
    • Picking: early July-August
    • Height: 1-1.5m x Spread: 1-1.5m
    • Spacing: 1.5m
    • Self-fertile & Frost resistant
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    • Height: 1.2 m
    • Harvest: end July into August
    • Our mid season cropping variety.
    • Fruit: Large. Eating & Cooking
    • Self fertile, but best grown with a partner
    • Spacing: 1.2 m apart
    • Soil: Acidic
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    • Height: 1.5 m
    • Harvest: end July into September
    • Our latest cropping variety.
    • Fruit: Large, up to 2g. Juicy yet firm, best Eaten fresh
    • Self fertile, but best grown with a partner
    • Spacing: 1.2 m apart
    • Soil: Acidic
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    • Height: 1.8 m
    • Harvest: July
    • Crops a little after Earliblue in July.
    • Fruit: Large and sweet, Eaten or Cooking
    • Self fertile, but best grown with a partner
    • Spacing: 1.2 m apart
    • Soil: Acidic
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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    • Height: 1.8 m
    • Harvest: Early July
    • Our earliest cropping variety.
    • Fruit: Large and sweet, Eaten or Cooking
    • Self fertile, but best grown with a partner
    • Spacing: 1.2 m apart
    • Soil: Acidic
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  2. Boysenberries are drought resistant & taste like wild blackberries From £4.25  Inc VAT

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  3. Main Season Gooseberry Bush. Crops July. Mildew resistant. From £4.25  Inc VAT

    • Size: 1.6m
    • Fruit: large, green
    • Taste: aromatic and sweet when fully ripe
    • Use: eat fresh or cooked in jams, pies and desserts
    • Picking: mid July. Freezes well
    • Colour: olive green
    • Spacing: 1.5m between plants


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    • Colour - Red fruit
    • Type - Dessert/cooking
    • Health - Mildew resistant
    • Cropping - July.
    • Planting - 1.5 metres apart
    • Self-fertile
    • Yield 2 - 3kgs per bush.
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    • Eating. Fruity flavour.
    • Big yellow-green fruit.
    • Self-fertile.
    • Very Hardy and disease resistant.
    • Suitable for organic growing.
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    • Size: 1m
    • Fruit: Large, green. Best for Cooking.
    • Taste: aromatic and sweet when fully ripe
    • One of our earliest cropping varieties.
    • Picking: Late May-June. Freezes well
    • Spacing: 1.5m between plants
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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    • Nearly thornless
    • Self-fertile.
    • Ruby red, sweet
    • Crops from mid June onwards.
    • Mildew resistant.
    • Yield 1.5 - 2kgs per bush.
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    • Eating / Cooking (Sweet)
    • Few thorns.
    • Fruit: Large, red. Best for eating.
    • Taste: very sweet when fully ripe
    • Crops mid-season.
    • Picking: Late June.
    • Overall better variety than Pax
    • Spacing: 1.5m between plants
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  4. Crops Late July-September. Fruit are ideal for cooking.
    RHS Award of Garden Merit From £4.25  Inc VAT

    • Group: Autumn fruiting
    • Fruits on current year's growth
    • Picking: Crops from late August - October
    • RHS AGM
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  5. Cascade Delight Raspberries

    • Group: Mid Season fruiting raspberry
    • Fruits on last year's growth
    • Cropping: Pick in July
    • Use on less well drained soils (root rot resistant)
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    • Group: Early & Late Season Fruiting
    • Height: up to 1.6 m
    • Spread: 50cm
    • Fruit: red/orange and large
    • Taste: sweet/strong
    • Picking: July & Sept - October
    • Spacing: 50 cm apart and 1.5m between rows
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  6. Glen Ample Raspberries

    • Group: Mid-Season Fruiting
    • Nearly ThornlessUpright plants
    • Crops through July
    • RHS AGM
    • UK's most popular raspberry
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    • Group: Mid Season Raspberry
    • Crops in July
    • Near Thornless
    • Excellent keeper
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  7. Raspberry Canes:

    • Group: Mid-Late Season Fruiting
    • Crops from July to August
    • Few Thorns
    • Good disease resistance
    • RHS AGM
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    • Group: Early Season Fruiting
    • Aphid Resistant Raspberry
    • Crops from June - Early July
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  8. Very Late Season: The best autumn fruiting/primocane raspberry for freezing.
    • Fruits on stems that grew that year
    • Crops from late August - October
    • RHS AGM
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  9. Rubus idaeus Malling Jewel
    • Group: Early Season Raspberry
    • Height: 1.5 m
    • Flowering: May
    • Fruit: dark red, sweet
    • Picking: July
    • Spacing: 40-50 cm apart and 1.5m between rows
    • RHS AGM
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    • Group: Mid/Late Season Fruiting
    • Thorny.
    • Upright plant & heavy cropper.
    • Crops through August.
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  10. Polka Raspberries

    • Group: Early autumn fruiting.
    • Fruits on current year's growth
    • Best tasting autumn raspberry
    • Excellent crop size
    • RHS AGM
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  11. Ruby Beauty Raspberries

    • Group: Compact Summer Fruiting
    • Height: 1 m
    • Flowering: April/May
    • Fruit: red, firm, sweet
    • Taste: dessert/culinary
    • Picking: June-July
    • Spacing: 1 plant per 10 litres of compost
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  12. Crops in Summer and Autumn.
    • Height: 1 .5 m
    • Spread: 50 cm
    • Flowering: April/May
    • Fruit: large, red, firm, sweet
    • Taste: dessert/culinary
    • Picking: June-October
    • Spacing: 70 cm to 1 m
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  13. Tadmore Raspberries

    • Group: Late Season Fruiting
    • Firm, dense fruit.
    • The latest cropping (summer fruiting variety).
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    • Size: 2m high
    • Fruit: large, conical
    • Taste: very sweet
    • Use: eat fresh or in jams
    • Picking: July to August. Freezes well
    • Colour: deep pink
    • Spacing: 45cm between plants
    • Awards: RHS Award for Garden Merit
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    • Fruit: Tart & Sweet. Reliable big crops.
    • Use: Cooking or raw
    • Picking: late June
    • Height: 1-1.2m x Spread: 1-1.2m
    • Spacing: 1.5m
    • Self-fertile & Frost resistant
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    • Fruit: Tart & Sweet, best flavour. Reliable crops.
    • Easy to pick & stay fresh longer.
    • Use: Cooking or raw
    • Picking: July-Aug
    • Height: 1-1.8m x Spread: 1-1.2m
    • Spacing: 1.5m
    • Self-fertile & Frost resistant
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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  14. Stockbridge Arrow
    • Early summer crops.
    • Large yields.
    • Superb red colour when forced.
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  15. The Sutton
    • Slightly later crops than Stockbridge Arrow.
    • Very large yields.
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  16. Timperley Early Crowns
    • Very early crops.
    • Medium yields.
    • Naturally tender.
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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    • Height: 60 cm
    • Spread: 1 m
    • Fruit: non-stringy stems
    • Taste: full flavour, tart
    • Use: cooking/forcing
    • Picking: May-July
    • Colour: pink/green
    • Spacing: 1.2 m
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  17. Everbearing Strawberry
    • Good crop size.
    • Sweet flavour.
    • Very disease resistant.
    • Crops all summer.
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  18. Everbearing Strawberry
    • Good crop size.
    • Firm texture, good for storage.
    • Very disease resistant.
    • Crops all summer.
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  19. Early - Main season Strawberry:
    • Medium sized fruit, large crops.
    • Superb flavour, great for jam & freezing.
    • Disease resistant.
    • Crops from Mid June when grown in the open.
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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  20. Very Early Season Strawberry:
    • Very sweet, large fruit.
    • Modest crop size.
    • Firm fruit are hard to bruise.
    • Very disease resistant (apart from crown rot).
    • Crops from Early May under cover, Early June in the open.
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  21. Late Season Strawberry
    • Large fruit with an orange hue.
    • Very disease resistant.
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  22. Late Season Strawberry
    • Huge fruit.
    • Good disease resistance, except against mildew.
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  23. Mid Season Strawberry
    • Very common supermarket strawberry.
    • Medium sized fruit, great flavour.
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  24. Late Season Strawberry
    • Very sweet flavour. Firm skin.
    • Tough, disease resistant plants.
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  25. Everbearing - Mid - V. Late season Strawberry Plant
    • Repeat fruiting from Mid July to Sept/Oct.
    • Disease resistant.
    • Firm, juicy fruit.
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  26. Late season Strawberry Plants:
    • Big crops of large, delicious fruit.
    • Disease resistant.
    • Good for freezing & jam.
    • Crops in late July-August.
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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  27. Early Season Strawberry:
    • Firm fruit are good for freezing.
    • Good size fruit in large crops.
    • Mildew & grey mould resistant.
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
    • Crops from Mid-June to July.
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  28. Late Season Strawberry
    • Wild white alpine strawberry.
    • Small yields of very distinctive fruit.
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  29. Early Season Strawberry:
    • Sweet - best eaten fresh.
    • Good size fruit, large crops.
    • Not disease resistant.
    • Crops from Mid-May under cover, in June in the open.
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  30. Main season Strawberry:
    • From July when grown in the open.
    • Great flavour, average size crops.
    • Good in pots.
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  31. Main season Strawberry: "Totem"
    • Fruits in July when grown in the open.
    • Very good for freezing
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  32. A nearly thornless tayberry plant. From £4.25  Inc VAT

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    • Fruit: Tart & Sweet, best flavour. Heavy crops.
    • Use: Cooking or raw, Ideal for jelly.
    • Picking: July-Aug
    • Height: 1-1.5m x Spread: 1-1.5m
    • Spacing: 1.5m
    • Self-fertile & Frost resistant
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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