Rubus idaeus GROOVY 'Jdeboer005'

Perfect for the trend towards small ornamental and gourmet gardens!

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Description

A new variety of dwarf raspberry, Rubus idaeus Groovy is also a highly decorative shrub with brilliant attractive foliage that's orange-yellow in Spring, golden in Summer. Highly compact, it  perfectly fits the trend towards small spaces, ornamental & gourmet gardens: in pots or in the soil, alone, in groups or as a fruiting border. Groovy fruits from the first year – large  red and sweet raspberries. Its branches are little thorny, an advantage where there are children. Easy to manage and productive, prune it lightly at the beginning of Spring.

It's a non-remontant variety, but when conditions are right, the fruiting period will be extended as soon as there are new shoots. Highly resistant to the cold, it is at its best growing in full sun or partially-shaded spots where the soil is fertile, rich in humus, moist and well-drained.

Care

prune at the beginning of spring

  • Selected by Jan De BOER Vitis-Idaea B.V.
  • PBR / European PBR EU 20170399
  • Width 0,75 m
  • Height 1,50 m
  • Habit dense
  • Hardiness hardy (-35°C)
  • Fruits big tasty berries at the end of summer
  • Foliage colour printemps (jaune orangé) été (jaune d'or)
  • Foliage colour coloured
  • Foliage deciduous
  • Flowering colour white
  • Flower size 2-3 cm
  • Flowering period summer
  • Soil fertile, moist and humus-rich well drained soil
  • Position sunny
  • Position partial shade
  • Utilisation particulière mixed hedge
  • Utilisation particulière pot, balcony, terrace
  • Seasons of interest spring
  • Seasons of interest autumn
  • Seasons of interest summer

A new variety of dwarf raspberry, Rubus idaeus Groovy is also a highly decorative shrub with brilliant attractive foliage that's orange-yellow in Spring, golden in Summer. Highly compact, it  perfectly fits the trend towards small spaces, ornamental & gourmet gardens: in pots or in the soil, alone, in groups or as a fruiting border. Groovy fruits from the first year – large  red and sweet raspberries. Its branches are little thorny, an advantage where there are children. Easy to manage and productive, prune it lightly at the beginning of Spring.

It's a non-remontant variety, but when conditions are right, the fruiting period will be extended as soon as there are new shoots. Highly resistant to the cold, it is at its best growing in full sun or partially-shaded spots where the soil is fertile, rich in humus, moist and well-drained.

prune at the beginning of spring

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