Soft Fruit Plants

Growing soft fruit in your garden is an easy way you can harvest some delicious fruit whilst adding colour and vitality in your garden!

The beauty of growing your own soft fruit is that is very easy, especially blackberries, blueberries, blackcurrants and gooseberries that are renowned for a care free growing attitude.

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  • Bare Root Fruit Trees
  • Patio Fruit Trees
  • Container Grown Fruit
  • 12L Pot By Frank P Matthews
  • 9L Pot
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  • 9cm Pot
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  • Soft Fruit Plants
  • Fruit Trees
  • Nut Trees
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  • Apple Trees
  • Apricot Trees
  • Blackberry Bushes
  • Black Currant Bushes
  • Blueberry Plants
  • Cherry Fruit Trees
  • Cranberry Plants
  • Citrus Plants
  • Fig Trees
  • Gooseberry Bushes
  • Grape Vines
  • Kiwi Plants
  • Medlar Trees
  • Mulberry Trees
  • Nut Trees
  • Quince Trees
  • Peach & Nectarine Trees
  • Pear Trees
  • Plum Trees
  • Raspberry Canes
  • Red Currant Bushes
  • Strawberry Plants
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  • Summer (Jun-Aug)
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  • Eating Fresh
  • Juices
  • Cooking
  • Cider Apple Trees
  • Jams / Jelly
Rootstock + -
  • Extreme Dwarfing Rootstock
  • Dwarfing Rootstock
  • Semi-Dwarfing Rootstock
  • Semi Vigorous
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  • Columnar
  • Bushy
  • Cordon Fruit Trees
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