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Tayberry Bushes

Tayberries aren't a very common type of soft fruit. They are similar to loganberries as they are also a cross between raspberries and blackberries, but the fruits are larger and sweeter. To plant tayberry bushes,plant in a well-drained moisture retentive soil in full sun or partial shade. Grow on wires against a fence or wall, or as a single plant against a post. Cut back to 25cm after planting to promote fresh growth from the base.
Plant from November to March for cropping between mid July and mid August.
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