If you fancy something a bit different, or maybe a gift for a gardening friend, then this collection of more unusual and choice delicacies could be just for you. The Japanese Wineberry is a uniquely attractive plant with bristly furry red stems and veined lime green leaves. Its red-purple rounded berries ripen in August and are said to be at their best served sprinkled with red wine! The Boysenberry looks like a smoth caned Blackberry but its flavour has been raised to rapturous levels, a characteristic it is famed for. The luscious deeply aromatic fruits are sensational eaten fresh but also make superb jams and conserves. Why not also try the Lingonberry this North European beauty is a festively decorative delight as the sparkling red berries adorn a neat small glossy leaved shrub during the winter. Use them like Cranberries, for sauces and juicing, they are very high in vitamins and anti oxidants. Lastly how about the Jostaberry? This unusual cross between a Blackcurrant and Goosebrry dosen't look quite like either! It's a vigorous spine free bush laden with berries that resemble a Blackcurrant but are far larger, and far sweeter! These are all hardy and easy to grow plants, for something different, plant the Chris Bowers Connoisseurs fruit collection!
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