RHUBARB £6.00 per crown.
|Brandy Carr Scarlet||Richly coloured, excellent flavour. sold out|
|Cawood Delight||Low yield but very good quality, shiny deep maroon stems, not for forcing. Sold out|
|Champagne||Red stems with a good sweet flavour, April to August. Can be forced for March use.|
|Delight||new variety that is described as an everbearer, (but dont take any stems in the first year). Fresh, sweet/sharp flavour.|
|Stockbridge Arrow||Long, thick tender juicy stems, upright, good forcer but needs a dustbin to cover it.|
|Timperley Early||Very early [often around New Year] variety with excellent flavour.|
|Victoria||The latest variety to emerge, crops into the summer, good flavour and reliable.|
STRAWBERRIES Bare Root 50p per plant, 40p each per 10 or more.
|Alice||Promising well-flavoured firm main-season variety. Had good flavour in wet 2007 when the others were very watery.|
|Cambridge Favourite||The standard variety for many years, good all-rounder, very good when well grown. Mid|
|Elsanta||Mid season. High yields of glossy berries. Good shelf life. Good flavour when well grown. Commercial favourite.
|Fenella||2 weeks later than mid-season, heavy crops, good disease resistance, and stands up to heavy rain well. Could be a new organic favourite.|
|Florence||The organic choice, healthy and tasty, 2 weeks later than mid season|
|Honeyoye||Early. Good flavour, firm berries, recommended for freezing. Heavy yields from compact plants.|
|Korona||Early.Good flavour, health and yield. Seems a good subject for organic growing.|
||Heritage [ 1890’s] variety widely grown for market from the 1920’s. Still sought after by its fans for its quality fruit. These plants are of Certified healthy stock.|