Growing Calendar for Honeyberry Ruth and Rebecca Duo Pack
Delivery: Early September to Late July
Try these rare berry varieties which give you lots of fruit. Grown together they help each other to produce maximum fruit.
Grow these two varieties of honeyberries close by in containers or directly into bed and you’ll gets lots of berries from late-spring to early summer. Great to try growing up fences or vertical stands on the vegetable plot!
Get hold of this duo of honeyberry Ruth and Rebecca for a productive couple of fully-hardy shrubs that come back year after year producing masses of berries that have a cross raspberry and blueberry flavour.
An excellent and hardy variety that makes a great pollination partner to other honeyberry varieties.
Sweeter and taller form of honeyberry. Originally from Siberia, honeyberries are particularly hardy and easy to grow, and even tolerant of drought conditions so dependable on an average UK plot.
We recommend you transplant containerised plants at any time of the year, just avoid transplanting into frozen soils in winter or in the height of summer in the midday sun.
Canít wait for them to grow!
looking good, planted into larger pots ready for planting out in spring as ground far to wet at moment, so will know how good it is in about twelve months
Well they look as good as a bush in the winter can look. The proof will be surely in the quality of their fruit
Our products are all grown with the utmost care and to high standards of quality. We regularly check our nursery stock to determine exactly when they will be at the optimum time for despatch.
We despatch our fresh, nursery-grown live plants (including vegetables, trees and flowers) when they are at a stage of growth ready for you, the customer, to plant on at home.
The delivery period shown on your order confirmation indicates when you can expect to receive your order and we will endeavour to despatch your plants in this period within 7-14 days