Small with good rootstock $2
(Large do not transplant as well)
Garden bundle includes 15 med and 15 small for $60 ($15 savings and a great way to establish a new patch)
Delivery possible for orders $60 or over. Courtenay pick up can also be arranged.
Second year canes will produce fruit with sufficient water in the first season, however it is often suggested to thin berries and establish a strong root system in the first year. Planting early while canes are still dormant decreases transplant shock.
Summer bearing canes fruit on the previous season growth and are ideal for jams, ciders, freezing or enjoying fresh and will produce a large amount of fruit usually from the end of June all through July in my garden.
With the mild temperatures it’s a great time to start gardening early this year!
Thanks for your support!
I will have some small canes potted up later in the season.
Bareroot canes transplant best before buds break in spring.
*The canes in the wheelbarrow were dug last spring and produced some fruit with a little potting soil in the wheelbarrow.