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Our STRAWBERRY PLANTS are supplied in a dormant state. There may be a few dead leaves on the plants which should be removed. At the time ...
The raspberry beetle is a common pest of RASPBERRY PLANTS [1] but can also attack loganberries and other hybrid berries. In June and Jul...
American Gooseberry Mildew is a very common disease that can attack gooseberries and blackcurrants. This fungal disease produces a whitish -...
JOSTABERRY PLANTS [1] produce more tolerant than many fruits of their site and soil conditions. They like a rich, moist well drained soil...
The BOYSENBERRY [HTTP://WWW.DOBIES.CO.UK/GARDEN/FRUIT/SOFT+FRUIT/ALL+SOFT+FRUIT/BOYSENBERRY+1+2LTR_274630.HTM] is a cross between loganberry...
This stunning ornamental PINKBERRY PINK LEMONADE PLANT [1] has a bushy upright growing habit with fine pointed leaves which turn bright o...
BLACKBERRIES [HTTP://SEEDS.DOBIES.CO.UK/SEARCH?W=BLACKBERRIES&ASUG=] grow best in a well-drained, fertile soil in a sunny or partial shaded ...
The Blueberry plants require an acid soil that has a high organic matter content or if grown in container an ERICACEOUS POTTING COMPOST [htt...
THE CHILEAN GUAVA [1] is a slow growing evergreen shrub that will withstand temperatures down to -10°C (14°F). It will grow to a height o...
The CRANBERRY [http://www.dobies.co.uk/Garden/Fruit/Soft+Fruit/All+Soft+Fruit/Cranberry+Plant+-+Pilgrim_234170.htm] plant requires a sunny, ...
The wineberry can grow to a height of 2-3m (6′6″-10′) with a spread of 2m (6′6″). Choose a sunny, sheltered site where the soil is well drai...
STRAWBERRIES [http://seeds.dobies.co.uk/search#w=strawberry%20plants] prefer a good, loamy soil that is rich in humus and well drained. Choo...
Ideal for fruit or flower garden the magnificent Fourberry is special in four important ways: * Pretty yellow flowers in April/May ...
The leaves are being eaten by the larvae of the gooseberry sawfly. This is a very common pest on GOOSEBERRY BUSHES [http://www.dobies.co.uk/...

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