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Boysenberry Bare Root Fruit Plants

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In a nutshell....

The boysenberry is a triple cross of the European Raspberry, a common Blackberry and a Loganberry. It grows far larger than the common raspberry and turns a deep maroon colour when ripe.

Pre-order now for delivery from mid-November

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Grow Your Own Boysenberries

The boysenberry is a triple cross of the European Raspberry, a common Blackberry and a Loganberry. Fruits are far larger than the common raspberry and turns a deep maroon colour when ripe. Boysenberries are commonly used in making jams and pies with their particularly juicy and tangy fruit being well suited to cooking.

Named after Californian grower Richard Boysen who conducted experiments in the 1930's crossing the three species, the cross was later grown commercially by Walter Knott. Knott's berry farm became world famous for their distinctive Boysenberry preserves.

The Boysenbery won't be available in your local shop due to it's short shelf life but is an absolute must for the home grower.

Health Benefits:
Boysenberries are a good source of Antioxidants, Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin C, Iron and Potassium.

 

Conditions of Sale

Plants leaving our warehouse are believed to be in good condition.

When your delivery arrives please check your goods carefully and contact us with any queries within 3 days. Quickcrop does not guarantee the further growth, flowering or yield of plants once delivered due to the fact that the care and husbandry after delivery is beyond our control. Quickcrop accept no liability for any latent diseases which may be present but not detected at the time of sale. 

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KevinDunn
September 24th, 2017
Very prompt service with regular order status updates. Goods arrived as described and in good condition
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Asked By Cathy McDonnell
on June 25th, 2021
Approximately how much fruit would you get per plant. I guess I’m trying to work out how many plants I should pre-order. I don’t have a very big garden. Thanks!
Answered by Carmel
on June 28th, 2021
Hi Cathy, sorry for the delay in replying. The average yield from a boysenberry plant, once fully established, is about 5kg. It is quite vigorous and unruly and requires a good bit of training so it may not be well suited to a small garden. Kind regards, Carmel Quickcrop
Asked By Mrs Carmel Dickenson
on September 28th, 2020
Hi, could you tell me how much room do they take up? What kind of position do they prefer? Do they fruit in the first year or on last year's fruit? Regards Carmel, Wicklow, Ireland
Answered by Niall
on September 29th, 2020
Hi Carmel They like very similar positioning to Blackberries. They will grow quite vigorously once planted so allow about 6/8ft spacing. They need plenty of sun and the sandier the soil the better. They will fruit in year one but really get going in the 2nd year Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Jenny
on September 15th, 2020
Are these the thornless variety?
Answered by Niall
on September 15th, 2020
Hi Jenny I am afraid not as we found that the thornless variety don't fruit anywhere as well Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Jenny
on September 07th, 2020
When and for how long do boysenberries fruit (in southern England)?
Answered by Niall
on September 07th, 2020
Hi Jenny They will fruit in July most years and will give crop for about 6 weeks Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Trish
on November 19th, 2019
Hello, what time of the year can you plant this out ? Thanks
Answered by Niall
on November 19th, 2019
Hi Trish We supply all of our fruit as bare root crop which means it goes in over winter or better still this side of Christmas. This allows the roots develop during the winter months before growth starts again above ground Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Adonna
on July 09th, 2017
Do they grow in Indianapolis area? What soil do they require?
Answered by Andrew
on July 10th, 2017
Hi Adonna. To be honest as we are based in Europe i am not familiar with the growing conditions in the US. If you do get your hands on some in the States they grow very well in any well fed soil type. Obviously like any fruit they need plenty of sun and well irrigated soil.
Asked By William Ward
on June 22nd, 2017
Hi, please could you tell me when your bare root boysenberry plants will be available? I am wanting to plant 20 or so, what would the delivery cost of this be to Northallerton in North Yorkshire? Thank you
Answered by Andrew
on June 22nd, 2017
Hi William. We supply the Boysenberry plants as bare root stock in the Winter so don't have them available until they go dormant in October/November. We are looking into supplying potted fruit for next season but are currently building up stocks.
Asked By Sarah Crowson
on November 23rd, 2016
Hi could you tell me if the Boysenberry BR plant is a thornless plant?
Answered by Andrew
on November 24th, 2016
Hi Sarah. I am afraid it has thorns on it but gives great fruit.
Asked By rosemary harrison
on November 18th, 2014
How tolerant to strong salt winds are these? Coastal position on Atlantic coast, Co Donegal? Sandy soil with seaweed
Answered by Andrew
on December 10th, 2014
Boysen berries are reasonably hardy but like most plants they won't like strong salt winds. I would always recommend any coastal garden should have either a windbreak fence with mesh of hardy hedge to break the force of the wind. You will be amazed at the difference in growth with a bit of shelter. We sell a green windbreak mesh on our site which is excellent. If yu don't like the look of the mesh plant a hedge along it, the hedge will be protected while it grows and once established you can remove the mesh. I hope this helps. Andrew

Important Delivery & Stock Information 

 

Delivery Times

Delivery times had been impacted earlier in the year with the increase in online shopping putting immense strain on all couriers. Thankfully we are almost back to normal. 

Please allow 2-3 working days for delivery.

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience which may have been caused due to Covid-19 and very much appreciate your patience during this time. 

Standard Quickcrop deliveries only €3.95.

Standard delivery €3.95 - Our standard delivery rate is €3.95 and covers all goods except raised beds and some selected heavy items. €3.95 is the total delivery price irrespective of the number of items ordered.

Allotment raised beds €5.95 - Allotment style raised beds carry a delivery of €5.95 per complete order. €5.95 is the total delivery price irrespective of the number of allotment raised beds or additional items ordered.

Premier/Deluxe raised beds €9.95 - Premier or Deluxe raised beds carry a delivery of €9.95 per complete order. €9.95 is the total delivery price irrespective of the number of raised beds or additional items ordered.

Bulky Items €9.95 - Some large items (e.g. compost bins) carry a delivery charge of €9.95. Any items that carry the large item surcharge will be clearly marked on the product page.

Will there be any extra charges? There are no customs fees. Occasionally an additional delivery charge may be incurred when preorder items are ordered along with items for immediate delivery. Preorder items include  bulbs, seed potatoes, garlic, onions, bare root stock etc. 

European deliveries outside Ireland
We also deliver to the UK and other European countries, please see our delivery rates below. Our flat delivery rate is an absolute bargain and is far cheaper than any of our competitors, please take this into account when comparing product prices.

Where do we deliver to?
We deliver nationwide to the island of Ireland, the U.K., Austria, Benelux Countries, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland. Please see our delivery rates below:

€12.95 - The United Kingdom (Highlands and Islands may incur a surcharge, please contact us at support@quickcrop.com for details)

€14.95 - Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland.

How long does it take?
Stock permitting we aim to dispatch your goods within 2 working days of receiving your order. The average time taken from order to delivery is 2-3 days for Irish orders, 3-5 days for UK orders, and 8-10 working days for other European destinations.

What If I'm not in at time of delivery?
The driver will leave a note with the depot contact number. Delivery can be arranged for the next day or a later date.

I'm ordering several items, do they all arrive at the same time?
All items dispatched at the same time will normally be delivered in one delivery. The exceptions are bulk bags of soil or compost which comes in a separate delivery using a different delivery company. Seedlings will be dispatched directly from our tunnels.

What if my parcel is damaged or I wish to return the goods I have ordered?
Contact our office at support@quickcrop.com and we will arrange collection and refund or replacement of faulty or damaged goods.

If you wish to return goods for any reason other than damaged or faulty items please return the item to us at the following address and we will issue a refund minus the delivery charge. Goods must be undamaged and in their original packaging. Please take care when parceling returned goods to ensure it reaches us in good condition.

Our returns address is: Quickcrop ltd., Unit 4, Ballymote Industrial Estate, Ballymote, Co.Sligo.

 

If you are unsure about any aspect of our delivery service, feel free to email us at support@quickcrop.com. Messages are monitored between 8am and 4pm Monday to Friday

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