Raspberry plant Glen Coe - Floricane Growing Chart
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As I have already said. I purchased three plants raspberry Glen Coe. Two plants arrived in good condition. The third has been loosened in transit and fell from the pot. There is just a small ball of compost the size of a golf ball on the bottom of the plant and no sign of any roots in it. It is obviously not a root ball. I do not think anything in this condition will grow. I do not have a camera so I cannot send a photo.
Raspberry plant Glen Coe - Floricane
This rare purple raspberry has a superb flavour, gives a very high yield and is the most beautiful, rich velvety colour.
Glen Coe is a vigorous, clump forming floricane raspberry that produces a high yield of flavoursome, deep purple fruit from mid June to the end of August.
Easy to grow and perfect for pots and containers, the spine free shoots are semi-erect - resulting in an easy to manage, bushy plant which is ideal for smaller gardens. Supplied as a strongly rooted, two year old pot grown plant which, once established will quickly grow on to form a multi-stemmed clump that will get bigger and bigger in succeeding years.
With such superb flavour, the fruit is perfect for desserts, sauces and coulis. Jams and preserves made with Glen Coe have a natural sweetness with an intense flavour and rich beautiful colour.
- Rare and unusual - the UK's only purple raspberry
- Fruits are full of flavour and have a superb colour
- Vigorous, clump forming variety producing bushy, spine-free plants
- Resistant to Verticillium wilt disease
- Supplied as mature multi-stemmed plants in large, 2lt pots
- Long cropping variety from mid June to end of august
Floricane (summer-fruiting) varieties fruit on canes produced in the previous year. After fruiting, cut out the old, fruited wood in autumn/winter and tie in the new growths to the support.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x 2L Potted Raspberry Plant
Delivery: Early September to Late July