loading
Prefer To Call? support@quickcrop.com
  • Tayberry bare root fruit trees

Tayberry Bare Root Fruit

Qty:
6.95 (RRP €8.95)

In a nutshell....

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.

Pre-order now for delivery from mid-October

This product is currently out of stock

Pre-order now for delivery from mid-October

Bare Root Berry Bushes

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).

Write a Review
Therese Henry
February 14th, 2020
I didn't know what a tay berry was but I like taybereies now after grown them. Thank you.
CharlotteMcElvaney
October 11th, 2017
Strong plant with strong buds.
BrianDANE
April 12th, 2016
Good plant.
Ask a Question
Asked By Francesca
on January 16th, 2021
Are you still selling tayberries now? And can I plant them now in January and will they crop this year?
Answered by Niall
on January 18th, 2021
Hi Francesca Yes we are still selling them and they will be fine to plant out up to the end of February. They will fruit in year one however it will be a limited crop. Year 2 is when you will start to get proper amounts of fruit Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Marie
on September 08th, 2020
Will bare foot plants survive delivery to France?
Answered by Niall
on September 08th, 2020
Hi Marie They will of course as we pack them well and put them in water before leaving so no issue in a box for over a week or so Just so you know we don't start sending out bare root plants until late October Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Chris Sweeney
on November 20th, 2018
Do taberries have thorns?
Answered by Niall
on November 27th, 2018
Hi Chris They have prickles more so than actual thorns so easy to pick fruit from Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Conor
on February 03rd, 2018
Are tayberries available now February 3rd 2018?
Answered by Niall
on February 05th, 2018
Yes Conor. We have them available until the end of March.
Asked By Mike
on April 04th, 2017
Can I plant the plant in a corner of a fenced garden and train it to go both ways along the fence. This will use up some corner space in the garden that doesn't get used.
Answered by Andrew
on April 05th, 2017
Hi Mike. Yes, you can train a Tayberry both ways along the fence. Bear in mind you will be asking a lot of a single root so keep the area very well fed with plenty of manure in spring.
Asked By Leam
on January 25th, 2017
Hi, Could you tell me the variety of Tayberry you stock. Thanks Leam
Answered by Andrew
on January 25th, 2017
Hi Leam. I wasn't aware there were different varieties of tayberry. I have checked the stock and the label just says 'Tayberry'. What I can tell you is they are very good as I have them in my own garden. Sorry I can't be more specific.
Asked By Leam
on January 25th, 2017
Hi, Could you tell me the variety of Tayberry you stock. Thanks Leam
Answered by Andrew
on January 25th, 2017
Hi Leam. I wasn't aware there were different varieties of tayberry. I have checked the stock and the label just says 'Tayberry'. What I can tell you is they are very good as I have them in my own garden. Sorry I can't be more specific.
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.

Important Delivery & Stock Information May 2021

 

Delivery Times

We will be operating our business as usual over the coming months as thankfully, current lockdown measures haven't required us to close our warehouses. Delivery times have been impacted over the year with the increase in online shopping putting immense strain on all couriers. Thankfully we are almost back to normal. We expect to have your order dispatched within 2 working days. Please allow 1-2 days after dispatch for delivery.

Out of Stock Products

Going through our site, you may notice many products are marked out of stock, this is only a temporary measure to enable our warehousing department to catch up with re-stocking and to train in new staff. We estimate a return to normalcy over the next two weeks so check back soon for your favourite products.

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience which may have been caused due to Covid-19 and very much appreciate your patience during this time. Some of our customers had delays in receiving their orders in a timely manner but thankfully 99% of orders got through on schedule.

Contacting Us

Unless 5 working days have elapsed since you placed your order please try to avoid contacting the office for delivery information as answering queries further slows packing. The Exception to this is our raised ponds which will take two weeks to be dispatched from our warehouse and and delivered to you. Of course if you have received a damaged item, are missing something or are over the 5 day lead time please feel free to email us at support@quickcrop.com and we will respond as quickly as possible. Due to high volumes of queries it can take up to one working day for a reply. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

 

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.

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 4 - 5 days for Irish and UK orders, and up to 8 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 get in touch using the Contact Us Button Above.

Independent quickcrop reviews
Tayberry Bare Root Fruit
Your Rating:
Your Comments:

The most useful reviews contain specific comments about:

  • How to use the product
  • Things that you like about it
  • Things you don't like about it

Please do not include: HTML, references to other retailers, pricing, personal information, or any profane, inflammatory or copyrighted comments.

If you are unhappy with any of our products or sevices we want to do something to help. Fill in this field and we will contact you to sort out any issues you may have.

Submit Review
Tayberry Bare Root Fruit
Your Question:

Please do not include: HTML, references to other retailers, pricing, personal information, or any profane, inflammatory or copyrighted comments.

If you are unhappy with any of our products or sevices we want to do something to help. Fill in this field and we will contact you to sort out any issues you may have.

Ask Question