Blackberry Black Satin -is an amazing heat-tolerant blackberry. It's a prolific producer of deliciously sweet and juicy, deep blue-black berries which can be harvested without getting pricked by thorns .Self fertile and deciduous.
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Ben Rua is a small productive bush producing fruit with typical blackcurrant flavour. Blackcurrants have a high winter chilling requirement. This means that in many North Island areas they fail to crop well, but will fruit in most … Read More »
A Rabbiteye variety. Vigorous and very productive. Produces small-sized, dark blue sweet berries. Fruits from early February to early April. Rabbiteye blueberries benefit from cross-pollination. A cold hardy, easy-care productive plant. Height to 2.5 metr … Read More »
Blueberry Powder Blue is a popular rabbiteye selection with light blue, firm fruit with sweet flavour. Ripens later in summer. Vigorous and upright grower. Best crops pollinated with another rabbiteye variety. Needs an acid soil and a long growing se … Read More »
Harvest early to late November, ideal for upper North Island. Strong upright growth. Heavy frosts could cause flower damage so best in a sheltered position. Produces small, firm berries with excellent flavour.  … Read More »
Blueberry Tifblue (Rabbiteye family) is the most cold-hardy variety and produces a heavy crop of small to medium fruits. Needs well-drained soil to thrive. Can be trimmed as a hedge. Self-fertile, evergreen. Harvest from Jan … Read More »
Boysenberry Mapua - Semi-thornless boysenberry variety with a large purple-black fruit with outstanding flavour. Very hardy plant with average to fast growth. Deciduous
Harvest throughout December, January, and February.
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A later ripening fig that produces high yields.The fruit has green skin with sweet, juicy pink flesh;d elicious for eatting fresh. Forms a small tree whcih can be trained to any shape including espaliering. Position in a frost free, sunny spot will fre … Read More »
Gooseberry Cape are frost tender and grow as an annual in colder regions. In warmer areas they will grow for several seasons, producing seedlings to continue the plants. Frosts can burn the plants but will recover unless the frost was hard. Prune bac … Read More »
American gooseberry about 1.2cm round fruit. Green when ripe, covered in pale hairs.Vigorous growth under good conditions, resistant to mildrew. Can live for 15-30 years. Deciduious plant that forms small, rough, thin green leaves with 3-5 lobes. … Read More »
A well shaped, slightly bristly fruit that is dark red when fully ripe. Berries are larger than Invicta. Good eating. The plants are very vigorous and spreading but can be shaped up by pruning. Produces occasional spines on young wood, but at maturity it … Read More »
This grape is a heavy cropper in mid to late season (approx. April). Medium sized bunches of large, juicy, aromatic and spicy bluish-black berries with a jelly texture. Hardy and disease resistant. Suitable for wine production. … Read More »
Bunches of red grapes with excellent delicate flavour. Seedless. Deciduous woody vines known to live for 70 years and are moderately fast growing. Large deeply lobed leaves. Good disease resistance and cold hardy. … Read More »
Bunches of mild, sweet and tasty green table grapes. Not seedless. Deciduous, woody vines known to live for 70 years and are moderately fast growing. Large deeply lobed leaves. Very hardy. … Read More »
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