Tadmor Raspberry Plants

Key Data
Misc Edible Fruit / Nuts, Self fertile
Area Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Fruiting Late Season
Type Eating

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  NUMBER OF PLANTS
SIZES 1-4 5-2425-99100+
BAREROOT PLANT Plenty of Stock£2.05Plenty of Stock£1.35Plenty of Stock£1.10Plenty of Stock£1.05
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Tadmor Raspberry Bushes - Late Season

Description of Tadmor Plants & Fruit:
Tadmor raspberry plants crop about 7-10 days later than the traditional late season variety, Tulameen. Crop sizes are between 5-10% heavier than Tulameen and the raspberries are about 10% larger, firm with a strong, fruity flavour. They do not darken after picking. Their texture makes them perfect for slicing and for decorative use on cakes and desserts. It is one of the latest of the summer fruiting varieties. Like most modern raspberry plants, Tadmor's canes have very few thorns. These are certified raspberry plants grown from virus tested parent material in the UK.

Browse all of our other Raspberry Canes for Sale here.

Characteristics of Tadmor Bushes:

  • Large, dense fruit.
  • Almost no spines.
  • Crops in late summer.
  • Certified

Growing Tadmor Raspberry Plants: Raspberries are easy to grow, but they do need good conditions: a rich soil that drains well & is kept moist in dry weather, lots of sun and ideally some shelter from strong wind.

Read about how to grow Summer Fruiting Raspberries here.

Background Information on Tadmor Raspberry Bushes: Bred in New Zealand.

Please note that in line with general practice, all our raspberries are delivered with last year's growth cut back to 45-60 cms. Summer fruiting raspberries may therefore bear a very few berries in summer following planting but their first full fruiting season will be in the year after. Autumn fruiting raspberries will fruit much better in their first year than their summer fruiting cousins.    

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