Tayberry ‘Tayberry’ - Fruit shrub - Shrub

Rubus 'Tayberry'
Tayberry ‘Tayberry’ - Fruit shrub

Einzigartige Kombination aus dem eigenen Boden

Ist es eine Himbeere oder eine Brombeere? Es ist die Taybeere ‚Tayberry‘ im Anzuchttopf! Die Taybeere ist eine Kreuzung zwischen Brombeere und Himbeere. Eine schmackhafte Kombination. Die tief roten Früchte sind doppelt so groß wie Himbeeren und haben einen frischen, süßen Geschmack. Sie sind außerdem reich an Vitamin C. Wir können den Obststrauch auch in einen Topf auf die Terrasse oder den Balkon pflanzen. Der Obststrauch ist im Blumentopf frostempfindlicher. Dann wickeln wir den Topf mit Luftpolsterfolie ein. Der Obststrauch blüht im Frühjahr. Mit weiß-rosa Blüten. Im zweiten Jahr nach dem Pflanzen können wir ab dem Sommer mit der Ernte beginnen. Die Taybeere mag einen sauren und feuchten Boden. In trockenen Zeiträumen gießen wir mehr. Für ein gutes Wachstum ist ausreichend Licht erforderlich. Wir pflanzen den Obststrauch daher in der (halb-)vollen Sonne.
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Planting and flowering details
Harvesting Details
  • Planting
  • Plant Tayberry from late October to March (as long as there are no signs of frost). Make sure the root ball of Tayberry is well-moistened before planting by soaking it in a bucket of lukewarm water. Prepare a suitable hole of 30 x 30 x 30 cm in good, loose soil.
     
    Plant the Rubus loganobaccus at the appropriate depth in the hole - the top of the root ball should be slightly below ground level. Fill the hole with soil and press firmly down. Water immediately after planting. The Tayberry grows well in any type of garden soil and in a sunny area.
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  • Care
  • Tayberry requires minimal maintenance. An area with full sunlight is best. Fertilization is not recommended, as this shrub grows very well on its own. Give it extra water during dry periods. Pick berries that are entirely one colour, usually in August and September. Eat the fruit immediately, freeze them or use them for jam making.
    Growing Tayberries
    Tayberry plants can be planted alone or in rows alongside a fence. Place sturdy poles in the ground with a height of about 2 metres and tie the plant using twine or burlap rope. Plant rows in a north to south direction and plant the Tayberry plants with a spacing of one metre (or more!) apart. New branches will grow each year and their fruits will appear in the following year - these branches will then die. Tie the new branches to the poles, there should be about six branches per bush. In late September, all shoots that have borne fruit can be pruned just above the ground (they are usually brownish). By the end of March, new shoots will appear. Protection from birds is usually required.
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  • Specifics
  • The Tayberry is a cross between a blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) and a raspberry (Rubus idaeus). The pale pink flowers appear from May onwards and are pollinated by insects. The delicious fruit grows up to 4 cm long! They appear in large numbers and are strongly flavoured. Eat the berries fresh, juice them, or make a delicious jam. Tayberries contain several minerals and vitamin C in particular.
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  • Extra information
  • Latin name Rubus  'Tayberry'
    Delivery type Supplied as container plant
    Guarantee 5 years guarantee
    Color Green, Red
    Light preference full sun ,  partial sun
    Flowering period May - June
    Harvesting period July - September
    Growing height250 - 300 cm
    Planting distance50 - 100 cm
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