A delicious fruit with lovely long trailing vines and dark, reddish-black coloured berries that are a cross between the Thornless Blackberry and a Raspberry. It has a sweet tangy flavour with a distinctive aroma and is very high in vitamin C. It's great eaten fresh off the tree but is most popular for making jams and pies.
|Growth Height — 2|
|Flower Colour — White|
|Fruiting Period — August, July, June|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
Needs supporting on wires or tied against a fence. Train the canes onto wire supports from 1 metre (3ft) high and above.
Keep soil moist in warmer months and when it's fruiting don't let it dry out.
Top prune in summer to encourage branching and remove the old canes in winter – they fruit on last year’s stems.