Super Fruits

  • Kiwi Fruit

    Kiwi Fruit

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    A fast growing climber producing delicious fruits
    This is a self-fertile variety that produces both male and female creamy-white flowers. This means only one plant is required to produce delicious kiwi fruit. The kiwi fruit is rich in vitamin C, vitamin E, potassium, dietary fibre and magnesium.

    Number of plants: 1

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself. It is a fast growing climber, which is best grown against a warm, sheltered wall in a sunny spot.

    In the kitchen: Kiwi fruit tastes best raw and is a rich source of Vitamin C. It can be mixed into fruit salads or added to pavlovas.

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive dormant in a 9cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • Morena Honeyberry

    Morena Honeyberry

    £6.99
    (1 Plant)

    Extremely early ripening, exceptional hardiness and deliciously tasty
    The Honeyberry is actually a species of Honeysuckle with sweet and tasty blueberry like fruits. A native to Eastern Siberia these lovely little plants won’t struggle with even the coldest British winter!

    As honeyberries are not self-fertile two different varieties of honeyberry plants are recommended to aid pollination.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Morena

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: These fruits are very similar to blueberries in taste, look and nutritional value. Enjoy these in a wide array of summery desserts, make a tasty jam or delicious in smoothies.

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive dormant in a 9cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • Lonicera Kamtschatica Honeyberry

    Lonicera Kamtschatica Honeyberry

    £6.99
    (1 Plant)

    Extremely early ripening, exceptional hardiness and deliciously tasty
    The Honeyberry is actually a species of Honeysuckle with sweet and tasty blueberry like fruits. A native to Eastern Siberia these lovely little plants won’t struggle with even the coldest British winter!

    As honeyberries are not self-fertile two different varieties of honeyberry plants are recommended to aid pollination.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Lonicera Kamtschatica

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: These fruits are very similar to blueberries in taste, look and nutritional value. Enjoy these in a wide array of summery desserts, make a tasty jam or delicious in smoothies.

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive dormant in a 9cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • Goji Berry

    Goji Berry

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    The humble goji berry is a nutritional powerhouse
    These are a fantastically beautiful plant to have in your garden: delicious, nutritious, and easy to grow. They’ll grow in almost any type of soil even if it is poor, as they are used to mountainous regions in the Himalayas.

    Unique among fruits because they contain all essential amino acids, goji berries also have the highest concentration of protein of any fruit. They are loaded with vitamin C, contain more carotenoids than any other food, have 21 trace minerals, and are high in fibre. Boasting 15 times the amount of iron found in spinach, as well as calcium, zinc, selenium and many other important trace minerals.

    Number of plants: 1

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: The Goji berry is so versatile. Brew them in fresh tea, enjoy them raw, use them in juices and smoothies. Dry them out and add them to your cereals or your flapjack or muffin mixture. Delicious!

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive dormant in a 9cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • Chandler Blueberry

    Chandler Blueberry Plant

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    High yields of large fruits bursting with the most delicious flavour
    This hardy variety of Blueberry will provide you with a wealth of big juicy fruits that are simply bursting with the most delicious flavour. This Blueberry bush will produce fruits for around 6 weeks over the summer through June and July. And when it’s not producing blueberries, the bush bares masses of sweetly scented creamy white flowers in spring, and fiery crimson foliage in the Autumn.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Chandler (self-pollinating)

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: Blueberries are an incredibly healthy fruit. So it’s a happy coincidence that there are also incredibly tasty and versatile too. Can be used in a wide array of summery desserts. Delicious with pancakes, in muffins, or smoothies. This variety is also very good for freezing.

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive dormant in a 9cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.


  • Brigitta Blueberry Plant

    Brigitta Blueberry Plant

    £8.99
    (1 Plant)

    A late season variety ripening towards the end of August
    This hardy variety of Blueberry is best when grown with other blueberry varieties as it is not reliably self-fertile, requiring cross pollination to ensure a good crop. This variety of blueberry will provide you with lovely firm, light blue, tasty berries with a crisp texture.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Brigitta

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots or large containers initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: Blueberries are an incredibly healthy fruit. So it’s a happy coincidence that there are also incredibly tasty and versatile too. Can be used in a wide array of summery desserts. Delicious with pancakes, in muffins, or smoothies. This variety is also very good for freezing.

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive dormant in a 9cm pot. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plants.