How to grow traditional and unusual berries, from strawberries and blueberries to feijoas, mangosteens and tamarillos
With the increasing interest in ‘super’ berries and their health benefits it’s good to know they can be grown organically, and that most are suited to small gardens and pots. They’re chock-full of: vitamins A, C and E; folic and amino acids; anti-oxidants; riboflavin; dietary fibre; flavonoids.
The traditional berries include all the known favourites like strawberries, rasberries, cranberries, currants, gooseberries, etc. whilst in the unusual berry section Allen introduces goji berries, jaboticabas, mangosteens, pepinos and tamarillos among others.
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