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'Framberry' Strawberry Plants Soft Fruit
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'Framberry' Strawberry Plants Soft Fruit
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Framberry Strawberry Plants

SKU: FRU0011

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Looks like a Strawberry, taste almost like a Raspberry
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The Highlights

    • A delicious hybrid mix between a strawberry and a raspberry
    • Mouth-watering variety with a sweet raspberry flavour
    • Enjoy them fresh from the plant, with cream or even in cakes
    • Easy to grow and compact, making it great for containers
    • Produces tasty, orange-red fruit in early to midsummer
    • Grow your own and enjoy baskets full of deliciously sweet fruit

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Supplied as:

Bare Root

Height on arrival:

5-10cm

Eventual height:

20-30cm

Eventual spread:

20-30cm

Tasting notes:

Sweet raspberry flavour

Time to first crop:

2 years

Hardiness:

Fully Hardy

Self fertile:

Self Fertile

Rootstock:

Spacing:

Care Guide

Water Regularly in Summer

Water frequently while new plants are establishing. Also water during dry periods in the growing season. Try to avoid wetting crowns and fruit as this can promote diseaseMORE

Full sun

Position in Full Sun (6h+)MORE

Fertile, well-drained soil

Avoid areas prone to frost and soils that have previously grown potatoes, chrysanthemums, or tomatoes because they are all prone to the disease verticillium wiltMORE

Prune Regularly

If your Strawberry plant is planted in late summer, remove the flowers in the first year to encourage fruiting next year. After harvesting, remove old leaves but leave the crown and new leaves untouched to allow sunlight into the centre of your plantMORE