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Raspberries Bushes

Raspberries Bushes

Raspberries are a much loved small fruit. Coming in a close second to the national favorite, strawberries, they can be used in a number of ways--fresh or frozen, or preserved as jam or an ice cream topping. High in vitamins A and C, this tasty fruit comes in a variety of colors and once a patch has been established, it can be productive for up to 12 years.
 

Tayberries Bushes

Tayberries Bushes

Tayberriy plants are of a climbing habit like a blackberry, and grow readily in good soil in full sun. Make sure they both have an excellent climbing frame, either as part of a fence or free-standing. If you stretch three wires about 45cm (18in) apart, horizontally between posts, the stems can be tied to these each year. With your existing plants, wait until autumn and then remove any stems which have borne fruit. Arrange any young, new stems horizontally along the wires, tying them in place. They will flower and produce next year’s crop. As the new season advances preserve new stems as they grow, tying them in loosely to hold them safe until after harvest. Then, when you’ve picked the last of the season’s berries, remove the old stems. Rearrange and re-tie the new growths for the following year. Give a handful of bone meal to each plant in spring.
 

Blackberries Bushes

Blackberries Bushes

Blackberries typically peak during June and in July. Crops are ready at various times of the month depending on which part of the country you are located. In order to produce good local Blackberries, producers depend on ideal spring and early summer weather conditions. Black Raspberries, are a very healthy food; packed with anthocyanins! Blackberries has about 62 calories. 1 cup of blackberries, not packed down weighs about 140 grams. Select plump, firm, fully black berries. Unripe berries will not ripen once picked.
 

Blackcurrants Bushes

Blackcurrants Bushes

It is a small shrub growing to 1–2 m tall. The leaves are alternate, simple, 3–5 cm long and broad, and palmately lobed with five lobes, with a serrated margin. The flowers are 4–6 mm diameter, with five reddish-green to brownish petals; they are produced in racemes 5–10 cm long. When not in fruit, the plant looks similar to the redcurrant shrub, distinguished by a strong fragrance from leaves and stems. The fruit is an edible berry 1 cm diameter, very dark purple in color, almost black, with a glossy skin and a persistent calyx at the apex, and containing several seeds dense in nutrients. An established bush can produce up to 5 kilos of berries during summer.
 

Cramberry Bushes

Cramberry Bushes

The cranberry bushes grows well in colder climates and provides color and fruit to any garden or landscape. As long as it is planted in soil that is high in minerals and nutrients, a cranberry bush is forgiving of other soil aspects. It prefers a soil pH of around 5.5, so an acid loving plant but will also tolerate higher ph. Follow these steps to grow healthy, strong cranberry bushes with minimal effort. Cranberries were also used for treating wounds. typically used for diarrhea and urinary disorders. The sailors during Colonial days used cranberries to prevent scurvy. diabetes, stomach ailments, and liver problems, rum only made life bearable. The juice has been widely used for the prevention, treatment, and symptomatic relief of urinary tract infections. Proanthocyanidins, compounds highly concentrated in dietary fruits, such as cranberries demonstrate significant cancer prevention potential against many types of cancer. Mind expanding Benefits and a beautiful plant.
 

Gooseberries Bushes

Gooseberries Bushes

Gooseberry bushes are really cold hardy. Anywhere you have fruit plants that won’t grow because of the temperature, you will probably have no trouble growing gooseberries. Growing Gooseberry Plants When you are considering planting gooseberry plants, you need to prepare the soil well before putting the plants in. Gooseberry plants require a soil with a pH of 6.2 to 6.5. Your soil should contain at least one percent of organic matter that runs 18 to 24 inches deep into the area you are going to plant in. Make sure your soil has been prepared by removing any weeds and rocks. You can use a fertilizer that contains chlorine. Muriate of Potash is a good choice. You should apply the fertilizer at least one month before you plan on planting your gooseberry bushes.
 

Jostaberries Bushes

Jostaberries Bushes

If you like gooseberries and blackcurrants, make room for the jostaberry. Nutritious and delicious, it is the result of a cross between the two, and produces what look like over-large blackcurrants. These succulent berries have a slightly sharp kick and make delicious crumbles and jams. Eat them fresh, in pies and puddings, in muffins, drizzled on ice cream and pancakes and they even add zing to your chicken as a glaze. Being a dark fruit, they are also rich in antioxidants and a good source of vitamin C. Plant Jostaberries in fertile soil in a sheltered spot in full sun.
 

Redcurants Bushes

Redcurants Bushes

Redcurrants contain vitamin C, iron, potassium and fiber. They are good for the immune system and the antiseptic properties of redcurrant jelly make it an effective treatment of minor burns - after cooling the affected area with cold water. Calories in Redcurrants: 4oz/100g = 25 calories
 

White currants Bushes

White currants Bushes

White Currants are winter hardy, and will grow in most climatic zones. An added bonus is that they can be grown in areas that may be too wet and shady for other fruit. Currants grow well in most soils, although the preference is for a heavier soil, with a pH of 5.5 - 6.7. A dressing of lime can be added to the soil if it is too acidic.
 

Myrtus ugni Bushes

Myrtus ugni Bushes

Myrtus ugni Bushes This one slightly stretches the definition of being a tree I’m afraid, as it is really a shrub and not a tree at all, but so delicious, so easy to grow and so wonderful is it that this list would be incomplete without it. Also known as the Chilean Guava, ***Myrtus ugni*** has a uniquely delicious taste that is beyond compare. It tastes like a kind of peppery strawberry, but really trying to describe it is like trying to tell someone who never had a banana before what they are like.
 

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