***NOT TO TAS, WA, NT*** Originating in Scotland. Heavy yields of long, thin, reddish coloured fruit. Eat fresh or in jams, jellies and desserts. High yields.
Crops Early December
Plant 2m apart
Pack of 2 Bare Rooted Canes
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