- Pick until the first frost
- Short, sturdy stems for compact plants good in small spaces
- Recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society
Autumn Bliss, has distinctive red berries, disease resistance and long cropping season from early August to first frosts, this short, strong caned variety has been the gardeners' choice for many years.
Primocane varieties flower and fruit on the first year's growth, and are exceptionally easy to maintain and care for. They will fruit well into autumn - even after October - and being short, the canes need little or no support. Autumn Bliss is perfect for the home gardener or those with smaller fruit and vegetable plots.
We recommend that you cut back fruited canes in January or February. Cut them back to the ground and tie in any green stems which will form your lovely fruit next year.
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