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A heavy yielding, mid-late season variety, raised by the Scottish Crop Research Institute. Flowering up to 2 weeks later than Baldwin, the flowers have good frost resistance and will normally escape frost damage. The very large, quality fruit are of very good flavour. Strong and compact, the bush is slightly spreading. The very high yield (normally half as much again as the old varieties) comes from the very large size of the flavourful berries which are produced on short strings. The fruits are ideal for all purposes, freeze well and are the best for making juice. An excellent variety. The first of the 'Ben' varieties. Can be affected by Mildew in some areas