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  • Aronia Berry

    R180.00

    Classified as a ‘super food’ for its exceptional nutritional value. A very attractive shrub; great for a hedge as it grows to approximately 1m in height and 3m in width. Not fussy with soil type. The leaves turn bright red in Autumn and is spectacular.

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  • Blackberry Plant

    R180.00

    Grow in slightly acidic, well drained soil with a PH level between 5.6 – 7.0.

     

    Full sun or partial shade.

     

    We prefer offering Blackberry Plants without thorns but when they aren’t available we supply thorny.

     

    Grows to approximately 2m before branching out. Needs a fence or trellis to climb.

     

    Require a slightly acidic soil. They aren’t too fussy about the soil, although good drainage is important and soil rich in compost is important.

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  • Blackberry with soils

    R280.00

    Like just about everything in life, Berry Plants thrive with a little love and care.

     

    Using the correct soils, fertiliser, compost and mulch to help your plants to grow ensures that they have the ideal nutrients and soil to grow into healthy, productive plants that yield berries season after season.

     

    The Blackberry Kit contains:

     

    One Blackberry

     

    Berry Mix

     

    Volcanic Rock Dust

     

    Pine Bark Mulch

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  • Black Raspberry

    R180.00

    Grow in slightly acidic, well-drained soil with a PH level between 5.6 – 7.0. Full sun or partial shade.

    Black raspberries can easily grow 3m in one year and bear fruit in the first season. Our Black raspberry variety has multiple fruit flushes but generally starts fruiting during the middle of the summer season around December and can continue right through winter if not too harsh.

    They will thrive in moisture-retentive, fertile, slightly acidic soils, which are well-drained and weed free.

     

    They dislike soggy soils and shallow chalky soils. For best results, plant in a sheltered, sunny position; although they will tolerate part shade.

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  • Black Raspberry with Soils

    R280.00

    Black Raspberries prefer soil with a PH level of 5.8 – 6.8, well drained and slightly acidic.

     

    The Soil Kit consists of:

     

    1 Black Raspberry Plant

    Berry Mix

    Volcanic Rock Dust

     

    Our Ultra Slow Release Berry Fertiliser is an optional extra!

     

     

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    Black Raspberry with Soils

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  • Blueberry Early Season Fruiting

    R180.00

    Grow in very acidic, well drained soil with a PH level between 4.2 – 5.5. Grow in Canadian or Lithianian peat moss and pine needles/ bark mulch mix. Cold temperature tolerant. Full sun, but can tolerate partly shade.
    In certain areas you can harvest Blueberries for up to 6-8 months of the year. They require a well drained, very acidic soil with high organic matter. The soil PH level should be between 4.2 and 5.2.
    The Blueberry plants we sell are self pollinating but do yield more and bigger berries if cross pollinated with another cultivar.

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    Blueberry Early Season Fruiting

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  • Blueberry Early Season with Soils

    R360.00

    Blueberry Early Season start to blossom in August and the blueberries will ripen over a period of about 6 weeks

    We have a few Early season Blueberry plants specifically to grow in the heat and humidity of Durban.

    We have Blueberry plants for all climates in SA

    Our Blueberry plants are self-pollinating but will bear a bigger yield and richer fruit if cross pollinated.

    They can be planted during any season, however, if planting in the hotter months, care must be taken to not let the roots dry out.

    They may go into shock during transit or replanting but are otherwise very resilient.

    Blueberry and Cranberry Plants MUST be planted in VERY acidic soil.

    Cold hardy and can be container grown in a 40L or larger pot. Soil preparation is the same for both pot and garden planting.

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    Blueberry Early Season with Soils

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  • Blueberry Mid Season Fruiting

    R180.00

    Our Blueberry plants are self-pollinating but will bear a bigger yield and richer fruit if cross pollinated. They can be planted during any season, however, if planting in the hotter months, care must be taken to not let the roots dry out. They may go into shock during transit or replanting but are otherwise very resilient.
    Cold hardy and can be container grown. We recommend approximately 50cm wide as the roots spread 60cm and to allow good drainage 50cm depth

    Soil preparation is the same for both pot and garden planting. Minimum soils required Lithuanian or Canadian Spaghnum Peat Moss in a bag of Acid Compost. Berry fertiliser is recommended rather than any other products. Less is more for your Blueberry plants when it comes to fertilising.

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    Blueberry Mid Season Fruiting

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  • Blueberry Mid Season with Soils

    R360.00

    Blueberry Mid Season start to blossom in October and the blueberries will ripen over a period of about 6 weeks

    Mid and Late season are not suitable for Durban heat and Humidity

    We have different varieties of Blueberry plants for all climates in SA

    Soil Requirements:

    Acidic. Ph between 4.2 and 5 (VERY important) Acid Compost and Berry Mix are not sufficient to reduce the pH of the soil for Blueberry and Cranberry Plants.

    Cold hardy and can be container grown in a 40L or larger pot. Soil preparation is the same for both pot and garden planting.

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    Blueberry Mid Season with Soils

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  • Blueberry Late Season Fruiting

    R180.00

    Blueberries are the only berry plants that require a bit of investment and effort to ensure countless years of healthy fruiting.
    Minimum soils required Lithuanian or Canadian Spaghnum Peat Moss in a bag of Acid Compost. Berry fertiliser is recommended rather than any other products. Less is more for your Blueberry plants when it comes to fertilising.

    Blueberry plants are salt and nitrate sensitive. Nitrates and chlorides should be avoided in fertiliser blends for blueberry plants.
    Blueberry plants DO NOT like any manure or harsh chemical fertiliser. If you have a worm farm REFRAIN from using the fertiliser for Blueberry plants.

    Numerous varieties of Blueberry Plants are available. We provide the most suitable varieties for our South African climate.
    We have Early, Mid and Late fruiting season Blueberry Plants. If you have all three (colder areas) you can pick blueberries for 6 – 8 months of the year. Late Season will fruit late summer and into autumn depending on the weather.

    Toss fresh blueberries onto fruit and vegetable salads, in smoothies, or on desserts. Or simply enjoy them as is for a delicious treat that is full of goodness.

    For a long time, blueberries weren’t grown in the hotter, humid parts of South Africa because they were thought not to be able to withstand the climate. But, with the ingenuity of our farmer, they can thrive. In fact, they need minimal upkeep when they have the right position and soil.

    Below is the planting information for Blueberry plants and a link to a step by step video on planting Blueberries

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    Blueberry Late Season Fruiting

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  • Blueberry Late Season with Soils

    R360.00

    Blueberries and Cranberries are the only berry plants that require a bit of investment and effort to ensure countless years of healthy fruiting.

    The correct soil mixture for your Blueberry plant is extremely important. You cannot plant a Blueberry in normal soil if you would like them to flourish and fruit abundantly.

    Numerous varieties of Blueberry Plants are available. We provide the most suitable varieties for our South African climate.

    Late Season Fruiting is not suitable for Durban climate

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    Blueberry Late Season with Soils

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  • Cranberry Plant

    R180.00

    Grow in very acidic, well draining soil with a PH level between 4.5 – 5.5.

     

    Very important to grow in Canadian or Lithuanian Peat Moss and Acid Compost as a minimum.

     

    A slow growing ground creeper – vines up to 2m in length.

     

    Likes to be kept moist in an acidic soil.

     

    Mulch with a layer of Pine Bark Mulch every 3-4 months.

     

    When ready to fruit little stems grow to about 40cm in height and the fruit ripens on these stems.

     

    Soils requirements:

    Lithuanian Peat Moss
    Berry Mix
    Volcanic Rock Dust
    Pine Bark Mulch
    Berry fertiliser

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    Cranberry Plant

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  • Cranberry with soils

    R360.00

    Cranberries need fertile soil that is enriched with organic matter and has an acidic pH level of between 4.5 and 5.5.

     

    It is imperative to use Lithuanian or Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss as this is the only product to reduce the soil pH significantly.

     

    It will retain moisture and give your plant the best results and maximum harvest.

     

    Cranberry Kit includes

     

    1 Cranberry Plant

     

    Lithuanian Spaghnum Peat Moss

     

    Berry Mix

     

    Volcanic Rock Dust

     

    Pine Bark Mulch

     

    Berry Fertiliser

     

    The only other soil you need to add is one 30dm bag of Acid Compost

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    Cranberry with soils

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  • Elderberry Sambucus Nigra

    R180.00

    Elderberry Plants like slightly acidic soil with a PH level between 5.5 – 7.0.

     

    The tree grows to about 6m in height and makes a magnificent show in spring with masses of tiny white flowers that the birds and bees love. You can prune them to remain smaller if you do not have the space. They can also be planted in a large container.

     

    Preferrably full sun but they tolerate partial shade.

    They are the most versatile berries of all. Possibly the most used berry for medicinal purposes.

     

    The stems, leaves, flowers and fruit of this cultivar are edible. It is the European Sambucus and not the American Elderberry which can be toxic.

     

    Elderberry flowers are delicious fried in a batter or used with oils as a skin balm. The fruit is used to make wine, cordial, tea and the possibilities are endless.

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    Elderberry Sambucus Nigra

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  • Elderberry with Soils

    R280.00

    Elderberry Plants needs loamy to sandy soil with good drainage to thrive. Soil with a pH level of between 5.5 and 6.5 is optimal.

     

    Before planting your bush, add your berry mix and volcanic rock dust (which contains organic minerals and trace elements to boost soil health and increase important micro-organisms) close to the surface.

     

    Gently take your plant out of the pot and plant it level with the ground. The plant will not do well if planted too high or too deep in the ground.

     

    Always plant to the same level as in the pot you bought it in.

     

    The Elderberry Soil Kit Contains:

     

    One Elderberry Plant

     

    Berry Mix

     

    Volcanic Rock Dust

     

    Pine Bark Mulch

     

    Our Ultra Slow Berry Fertiliser is an optional extra. 1 level teaspoon per plant twice a year is all the berry plants require.

    One bag of fertiliser will be enough for any 4 berry plants for a year!

     

     

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    Elderberry with Soils

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  • Goji Berry

    R180.00

    Dry to loamy soil with a PH level between 6.5 and 8.0. Heat and frost tolerant.

     

    Need to be staked for the first 2 years. Full sun preferrably but partial shade works as well.

    Another ‘super food’ because of their high vitamin and mineral content. The fresher the berries the healthier they are.

     

    They must be harvested when fully ripe as only then are they palatable. The leaves make a lovely salad ingredient even though the fruit is more savoury than sweet. Not fussy as far as soil type is concerned and fairly drought hardy.

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  • Gooseberry Cape

    R170.00

    Cape Gooseberry is an upright, straggling plant that bears yellow fruit inside a brown husk.

     

    Cape Gooseberry Plants like full sun but will tolerate a bit of shade. They prefer to be sheltered from strong winds and grow in almost all soil types. The soil ph level best suited for this plant is between 5.5 and 7.0. Sandy soil mixed with a little organic compost or potting soil is sufficient for this plant.

     

    They are fairly drought hardy but can be sensitive in heavy frost areas.

     

    Gooseberry plants can be affected by cutworm and caterpillars. Watch out for these as they are airborne pests and can be treated with an organic pesticide like Neem Oil

     

    Cape Gooseberries contain many vitamins and antioxidants as well as Pectin which is excellent for bone strengthening.
    To store gooseberries, they should be picked when ripe in their envelopes/husks and kept at room temperature. They can last up to 30 days.

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  • Red Raspberry Plant

    R180.00

    Red Raspberry Plants thrive in moisture-retentive, fertile, slightly acidic soils, which are well-drained and weed free.

     

    They do best with a PH level between 5.6 – 7.0. Using a Berry Mix or Acid Compost will achieve this pH level

     

    Prefers full sun but can tolerate partial shade.

     

    An extremely popular bramble that requires a trellis or a fence to creep. They self-pollinate and our Red Raspberry Plants will bear fruit in summer and then again in autumn.

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    Red Raspberry Plant

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  • Red Raspberry with Soils

    R280.00

    Red Raspberry Plants require well drained, slightly acidic soil.

     

    The Ultimate soil combination comes with the KIT

     

    One Red Raspberry Plant

     

    Bag of Berry Mix

     

    Volcanic Rock Dust

     

    Pine Bark Mulch

     

    Use our slow-release fertiliser twice a year – once in spring and once in summer. Berry Fertiliser is an optional extra.

     

    When planting your tree, use between 5 and 15 centimetres of mulch to give the soil a fantastic boost.

     

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    Red Raspberry with Soils

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  • Sea Buckthorn

    R150.00

    Sea Buckthorn is not well known in South Africa, but due to its many medicinal properties and nutrients, especially the very scarce Omega 7, there is a large growing demand

     

    They require full sun, as they will not fruit in the shade.

     

    They can be spaced about 1m apart as they need to cross pollinate, more than one plant is required. We recommend buying 3 Sea Buckthorn, we have reduced the price to make it more affordable!

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    Sea Buckthorn

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