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Rubus Phoenicolasius - Japanese wineberry

Rubus Phoenicolasius - Japanese wineberry

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Rubus phoenicolasius is an Asian species of raspberry, also known as the Japanese wineberry. It produces small... read more

Rubus phoenicolasius is an Asian species of raspberry, also known as the Japanese wineberry. It produces small, glistening, conical, delicious orange-red fruits. You can eat them straight off the canes or cook them in the same way as raspberries. The Japanese wineberry nicely bridges the gap between summer and autumn raspberries."

Supplied as standard specimen and makes a very decorative and productive plant for the patio.

Suitable for patio containers or small gardens.


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Rubus Phoenicolasius - Japanese wineberry - 1 shrub

Rubus Phoenicolasius - Japanese wineberry - 1 shrub A10985 - Japanese wineberry

    Pot size 17 cm - Delivery height including pot 25 cm - 50 cm - Delivered as pot plant Out of stock

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    Rubus Phoenicolasius /Japanese wineberry

    Rubus phoenicolasius is an Asian species of raspberry, also known as the Japanese wineberry. It produces small, glistening, conical, delicious orange-red fruits. You can eat them straight off the canes or cook them in the same way as raspberries. The Japanese wineberry nicely bridges the gap between summer and autumn raspberries."

    Supplied as standard specimen and makes a very decorative and productive plant for the patio.

    Suitable for patio containers or small gardens.

    Details Rubus Phoenicolasius - Japanese wineberry

    • Blooms: May - June
    • Flower colour: white
    • Edible Fruit
    • Harvest: July - August
    • Full grown: 3 Years
    • Full grown height: 1. 50 - 2 m
    • Full grown width: 50 - 75 cm
    • Plant location: sunny
    • Plant depth: 17 cm
    • Hardiness: -25 Celsius
    • Preferred soil: Peaty Soil

    How to take care of Japanese wineberry

    Soak the roots for approx. 2 hrs before planting and water well after planting and for the next few weeks. This is a hardy deciduous Japanese wineberry shrub thrives in a sunny sheltered position but will tolerate partial shade.

    In colder areas, plant Japanese wineberry near a south-facing wall. Use a well-drained soil enriched with organic matter. They will not tolerate heavy, wet soil. Drought tolerant once established. Japanese wineberry do well in various soil types.

    Japanese wineberry likes to be constantly moist, but not wet. Do not use any stimulants, fertiliser or bonemeal at planting time as such products will 'burn' any new root growth. During the active growing season an occasional feed or a light top dress with a base fertiliser will prove beneficial.

    Container-grown Japanese wineberry plants should be brought indoors in extreme winter conditions. Check Japanese wineberry plants periodically for pests such as aphids, white flies, and mealy bugs. Use a horticultural oil or insecticidal soap to control these pests.

    Customer reviews

    Julia C. from Newcastle

    Great value on plants that would cost a great deal more at a garden centre. I’ll keep on buying from gardens4you.

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    07-01-2021

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    Quick delivery, well packaged , healthy plants.Will use again.

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    19-01-2021

    Graham I. from Otley West Yorkshire

    First class products with a prompt service to match. Will definitely place further orders.

          Excellent
    22-01-2021

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