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Tayberry Bare Root Fruit
6.95 (RRP €8.95)

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Tayberries are a cross between a raspberry and a medana blackberry. It is a virus free strain and is capable of very good yields with a delicious sweet loganberry like taste.

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All Fruit is supplied as bare root stock and is available for dispatch at the end of October.

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Tayberries are a cross between a raspberry and a medana blackberry. It is a virus free strain and is capable of very good yields with a delicious sweet loganberry like taste. A consistent grower and fruiter which is proving to be a most popular berry to grow in our climate. The Tayberry can be eaten fresh or used in pies and preserves. They are low in calories, high in fibre and contain antioxidants.

Named after the river Tay in Scotland, it produces a sweeter and larger berry than Loganberries but due to the fact that they are difficult to pick commercially are unable to be machine harvested so are not a commercially grown berry. It produces the most berries in full sun and and likes a moist, nutrient rich soil.

Nutritional Information:
The Tayberry is a source of dietary fibre for digestive health. They are Antioxidant and nutrient rich, contain Iron and Vitamin A as well as Flavonoids (for regeneration and repairing of body cells).

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BrianDANE
November 11th, 2016
Good plant.
CharlotteMcElvaney
March 16th, 2016
Strong plant with strong buds.
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Asked By dermot haughey
on January 26th, 2016
Hi, I just recieved my tayberry plants from you - how do I plant and prune them? I know about raspberries, but these need to be treated like a blackberry, I think - how do I do that? Also, how far apart along my wires should they be planted. Thanks
Answered by Andrew
on January 28th, 2016
Tayberries should be planted 8ft apart. Pruning is a bit like raspberries where you cut out canes which have finished fruiting right down to the base of the plant. Fruit is produced on the previous years wood. As regards training it depends how you wish to do it but generally they are grown on 6 foot high fences with 4 wires placed at 6,5,4,3 foot high. I hope this helps, please feel free to contact the office if you need any more information.
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