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Raspberries & Strawberries

Raspberries & Strawberries

Summer wouldn't be summer without strawberries and raspberries, especially when picked fresh from the garden! They are relatively easy to grow (once established) and we always stock a range of varieties that will extend your cropping season from spring into early autumn.

You can learn more about how to plant and care for raspberries and starting with fruit in our advice section and on our resources page.



Bareroot berries | January to March

Nearly all of our berries are sold in bareroot from January to March. We find this is the best way to get your berries started since they're dormant until the weather warms up in spring.

Potted berries | all year round

Some berries are notoriously difficult to get started from bareroot (ahem, raspberries), as many gardeners will have experienced. Because of this, we also stock a large selection of potted berries in spring and throughout the rest of the year. The best selection, and the best time to plant in order to have ripe summer berries the same year, is in spring (April to June). Outside of these times our selection can be limited.

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Fragaria vesca Alexandria

Fragaria vesca Alexandria

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Alpine Strawberry Alexandria A long-established American cultivar of alpine strawberry, Fragaria vesca Alexandria is a deciduous, bushy, short-lived perennial, producing pretty, white, single flowers and small, but delicious fruit. The plant bears fruit over a long period from mid-summer to late autumn, and is a fairly heavy cropper for an alpin...


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Raspberry Glen Ample - Future Forests

Raspberry Glen Ample

€12.50

Raspberry Glen Ample A mid-season variety of Summer-fruiting raspberry, Raspberry Glen Ample is a newer variety bred at the Scottish Crop Research Institute. The berries are very large, sweet, fleshy and light red, with an excellent flavour; delicious fresh, but also particularly recommended for freezing. A very heavy cropper, it produces over a...


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Raspberry Malling Jewel - Future Forests

Raspberry Malling Jewel

€12.50

Raspberry Malling Jewel A justly popular variety of summer-fruiting raspberry, Raspberry Malling Jewel was bred at the famous East Malling Research Centre for fruit in Kent. The berries are medium-sized and deep red with a very good flavour. A compact grower, it’s a good choice for smaller gardens; plant two to each station. A reasonably good cr...


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Raspberry Malling Leo

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Raspberry Malling Leo A very popular late variety that produces large fruit with excellent flavour. It can be difficult to establish and should be planted closer than normal. Raspberry Malling Leo was bred in Kent and is renowned for its flavour, firmness and superb aromatic flavour. Delicious eaten fresh from the bush, it also freezes well. Goo...


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Raspberry Octavia

Raspberry Octavia

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Raspberry Octavia A reliable, late, summer-fruiting raspberry, often grown commercially,  Rubus idaeus Octavia is a tall, vigorous, robust, heavy-cropping cane fruit, 6’ x 2’/1.8m x 60cm, which is grown like a blackberry. The large, firm fruit is quite a light red, with a sweet, delicious flavour, and is high in fibre, Vitamin C and anti-oxidant...


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Raspberry Polka
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Raspberry Polka

Raspberry Polka

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Raspberry Polka A new, really good primocane (autumn-fruiting) raspberry cultivar from Poland, Rubus idaeus Polka has the potential to give you crops in summer and autumn.  The conical berries are very large and medium-red with a good, fresh flavour, and keep particularly well. Fruit is borne on the current year’s canes, starting to ripen in ear...


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Strawberry (Fragaria ananassa) Eros

Strawberry (Fragaria ananassa) Eros

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Strawberry Eros Raised at the UK’s East Malling research station from a cross between Elsanta and Allstar, Fragaria ananassa Eros Is a moderately vigorous, heavy-cropping, mid-season summer  strawberry, with resistance to the disease Red Core and hardy in colder, northern areas. The mid-red, glossy, well-shaped fruit is juicy and firm, with a sw...


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Strawberry Cambridge Favourite

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Strawberry Cambridge Favourite Popular old variety of mid-season strawberry, once the most widely commercially grown. Exceptionally reliable. Moderate yields of large fruit, with rather pale flesh and good flavour, which holds on the plant in good condition longer than most. If it does not succumb to virus disease, Strawberry ‘Cambridge Favourit...


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Strawberry Elsanta

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Strawberry Elsanta Now the most popular commercial variety, Strawberry ‘Elsanta’ is a vigorous, high-yielding, mid-season variety. Medium to large, glossy, firm, orange-red fruit with outstanding flavour and a strong strawberry scent. Homegrown ‘Elsanta’ are far better flavoured than shop-bought. The skin is firm, so not susceptible to damage. R...

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Strawberry Snow White - Pineberry

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Fragaria x ananassa 'Snow White' A mid-season, June-bearing variety, Strawberry Snow White has white flesh and bright red pips, like a photographic negative. The berries are medium-sized, conical, and, like other white strawberries, intensely aromatic, with a suggestion of pineapple in the taste. A vigorous variety, it is disease-resistant and h...


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Strawberry Symphony - Future Forests

Strawberry Symphony

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Strawberry Symphony This late-season variety was bred in Scotland, and is particularly good for cooler, damper areas. Strawberry ‘Symphony’ is a vigorous, high-yielding plant, with medium to large, conical, brilliant red fruit, firm and juicy, with lovely old-fashioned strawberry flavour. Susceptible to powdery mildew if grown under cover, but n...


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Strawberry Toscana

Strawberry Toscana

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Strawberry Toscana An F1 strawberry with hybrid vigour and very decorative flowers, Fragaria x ananassa Toscana has a trailing habit which makes it ideal for growing in hanging baskets or on balconies where space is limited, although it can also be grown in conventional beds. The flowers are a beautiful deep rose-pink. The fruit is mid-sized and...

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Fragaria vesca - Wild Strawberry - Future Forests
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Fragaria vesca - Wild Strawberry - Future Forests

Fragaria vesca - Wild Strawberry

€3.00

Wild Strawberry (Sú talún fiáin) Finding this plant growing wild and picking off the tiny sweet ‘strawberries’ is the cherry on the cake if you’re out on a walk anywhere in Ireland. Also known as Alpine strawberry, Fragaria vesca is native to Ireland and a popular choice among permaculturists. The berries are not actually berries, technically sp...


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Raspberry All Gold - Future Forests
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Raspberry All Gold - Future Forests

Raspberry All Gold

€12.50

Raspberry All Gold A primocane or Autumn-fruiting raspberry, Raspberry All Gold (also known as Fall Gold) produces fruit on new wood and does not need support. Found as a chance seedling in a bed of Raspberry Autumn Bliss, it bears golden-yellow, sweet fruit with a particularly delicious, delicate flavour. Vigorous and exceptionally easy to grow...


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Raspberry Autumn Bliss - Future Forests
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Raspberry Autumn Bliss - Future Forests

Raspberry Autumn Bliss

€12.50

Raspberry Autumn Bliss Primocane or autumn-fruiting raspberries are very easy to grow, as they fruit on new wood and do not need support. British-bred Raspberry Autumn Bliss has long been the most popular autumn-fruiting raspberry, bearing huge crops of firm, sweet, red, berries with an excellent flavour. Vigorous and disease-resistant. Plant in...


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Raspberry BonBonBerry Yummy®
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Raspberry BonBonBerry Yummy®

Raspberry BonBonBerry Yummy®

€6.00

Dwarf Raspberry Yummy  A dwarf raspberry, just 50cm tall and wide, Rubus idaeus BonBonBerry Yummy® is a small cane-fruit which can be grown in a pot on a sunny balcony or patio. It is a primocane variety, producing fruit in its first year, and it has spineless canes, which makes picking easy.  The leaves are a pleasant light green, and the pla...


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Raspberry Cascade Delight
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The fruits are large, conical, glossy, raspberry-pink; the flesh is juicy with a good flavour, and quite firm, giving it a longer shelf-life. A vigorous, reliable, disease-resistant cane fruit, it is resistant to root-rot, so is tolerant of heavier, wetter soils. 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Raspberry Cascade Delight

Raspberry Cascade Delight

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Raspberry Cascade Delight An American-bred, late-season, summer-fruiting raspberry, Rubus idaeus Cascade Delight fruits from mid-July to September and will need the support of a post and wires, or be grown against a fence or wall. The fruits are large, conical, glossy, raspberry-pink; the flesh is juicy with a good flavour, and quite firm, givin...


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