***NOT TO TAS, WA, NT*** (Rubus ursinus) Vigorous trailing vine with sweet, juicy, deep purple - almost black - fruit. May be eaten fresh from the bush or cooked in jams, tarts and sauces.
Crops November to January
Plant 1.5-1.8m apart.
Pack of 2 Bare Rooted Canes
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