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Cranberries belong to the same family as Blueberries and enjoy similar moist, acid soil conditions, but are very different in appearance. A low-growing, spreading evergreen, it can be used as a ground-cover plant or allowed to trail over the edge of a container or hanging basket. Tiny white or pink flowers appear during the summer, followed by the familiar oval fruit that gradually ripen to dark red in September-October. The fruit can be harvested at this time, but will keep on the plant and can be picked as required over the winter. The berries are usually too acidic to be eaten raw, but can be very easily stewed with sugar to make an excellent cranberry sauce.

There are not so many varieties of cranberry available, but we do have a few:

'Stevens' - large, deep red, glossy berries that ripen in mid-season and store well. Vigorous and productive from a young age.
'Pilgrim' - large, purplish red berries that are late ripening. High yielding once established.
'Red Star' - vigorous plants with large bright red berries.


Item# Item Name Price Qty Add
Vacc.Cran-0001p Cranberry 'Pilgrim' - 3 Litre Pot Size
£10.50
Vacc.Cran-0001r Cranberry 'Red Star' - 3 Litre Pot Size
£10.50
Vacc.Cran-0001s Cranberry 'Stevens' - 3 Litre Pot Size
£10.50
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