Raspberry 'Little Sweet Sister'

£12.50

From James McIntyre & Sons

Outdoor
Hardy

Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99
Delivered within 3-5 working days

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Outdoor
Hardy
Why We Love It

This is a compact, thornless autumn raspberry, ideal for growing in pots in the garden or a balcony, growing no taller than 1m.

The fruits are medium-sized with a beautiful dark red colour.

How to Plant

The plant grows well in most types of well-draining soil of any pH level. Keep the soil moist and give it full sun or partial shade.

Into the Ground
  1. Dig a hole in the ground that's double the size of the rootball.
  2. Take your plant out of its pot and spread the roots a little.
  3. Place it gently in the hole.
  4. Coat the roots with compost.
  5. Pat the soil down and give your plant a good water.
Into a Pot
  1. Fill your pot with a good quality multipurpose compost.
  2. Make a hole that's twice the size of the rootball.
  3. Take your plant out of its container and gently tease out the roots.
  4. Place it carefully in the hole in your container.
  5. Add a little extra compost around the roots and firm the plant in.
  6. Give it a water and leave it in the sun.
Product Details
Eventual Height

100 cm

Eventual Spread

80 cm

Botanic Name

Rubus idaeus 'Little Sweet Sister'

Indoor / Outdoor

Outdoor

Harvesting Period

Summer

Light Condition

Partial Sun

Lifecycle

Perennial

Effort Level

Bit of love needed

Planting time

Autumn

Location

Border or Bed

Code: SPRTL107333
Delivery
Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99
Delivered within 3-5 working days
Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99  ·  Delivered within 3-5 working days

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