Perculiar Berry Collection | Pomegranates, Kiwis & Lingonberries

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Perculiar Berry Collection | Pomegranates, Kiwis & Lingonberries
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Perculiar Berry Collection | Pomegranates, Kiwis & Lingonberries

Very strange soft fruits that you will struggle to find gowing in even the most peculiar of gardens

This Collection Includes:

  • 1 x Pomegranate Bush 9cm Pot
  • 1 x 'Jenny' Hardy Kiwi Plant 9cm Pot
  • 1 x 'Red Pearl' Lingonberry Bush 9cm Pot

'Jenny' Hardy Kiwi Plant

A reliable cropping Kiwi that you can grow at home

The most popular variety of Kiwi, and deservedly so! 'Jenny' is a highly attractive and vigorous growing climber that has the added benefit of producing a lovely crop of Kiwis late September / October.

The fury brown skinned kiwis are a good size and hang down from the vine in attractive clusters. Within, the flesh is sweet and juicy with a lovely texture.Vigorous in habit 'Jenny' really is perfect for growing over an arch or garden structure as the large leaves will provide perfect cover and the cluster of fruits hanging down look just beautiful.

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Red Pearl' Lingonberry

The blueberry bush's sharper cousin

Red Pearl lingonberry is a close relative of blueberry bushes (all are in the genus Vaccinium). This plant provides good ground cover and produces wonderful red berries which allows you to grow fruit even without a distinct vegetable patch or fruit area by incorporating this pretty groundcover in your ornamental garden beds.

During late spring white to pink drooping bell-shaped flowers appear at the ends of stems followed by red berries ripen in late summer, with a second, usually larger, crop occurring in autumn. Lingonberries produce abundant crops of large, red berries that carry a sweet but acidic flavour and are highly nutritious.

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Pomegranate Bush

This ancient French variety of pomegranate is very hardy and will be fine in the UK climate

The pomegranate plant form is that of a small deciduous tree or large shrub and can reach heights of up to 20 feet if left allowed to grow. Pomegranates are naturally multi-stemmed but can be pruned to a single trunk. Originally grown for their fruit, they are also known for the beautiful red flowers that can occur for several months in the spring and early summer. Most commonly, they are red-orange, but white, pink, and variegated flowers may also be found.

This pomegranate produces good crop of large fruits which boast an unmistakable flesh with a sweet but sharp taste. The fruits are packed with antioxidants and noted for the health benefits.

The plants will arrive 2 years old and they generally start to produce fruit 1-2 seasons later.. They are self-fertile, however will produce a bumper crop if planted in close proximity to a pollinating partner.

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Caring and Maintenance

Water during dry periods. Remove any weeds by hand and place a mulch around the plant in winter if you would like to avoid further weeds. Prune when dormant between late autumn and late winter. Aim to remove the old wood, as fruit grows on new wood.


  • Planting Distance: 1.2m

Dig a hole at least twice the size of the root ball. Ideally, mulch with compost or rotted manure. Firm the bush in well before watering.

Can be planted at any time of the year, as it is a containerised plant.

Fruit Benefits

These fruits should be eaten or frozen within a few days of harvest. They please even the most sophisticated of palates, and can be made into jams and preserves to bring great summer memories on autumn or winter days. Freshly picked fruit will bring your desserts to life with a flavour that simply can't be matched by mass produced, shop bought fruit. When planning your garden, try to choose varieties with fruits that ripen from early summer to late autumn to ensure a constant supply of fresh fruits throughout the warmer months.


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