How to plant Cranberries: Jeff Turner on how to plant a Cranberry Bush

Jeff walks us through how to plant Cranberry bushes in a border in this how to plant fruit video guide.

Cranberries are excellent fast growing fruits which make an attractive addition to the garden. These fruits are often recommended for a healthy lifestyle, being rich in Vitamin C and aiding many medical ailments. They’re also delicious and can be used to make fruit drinks or sauces.

They grow on low growing creeping shrubs making them ideal for ground cover so you can grow these great fruits in the border as demonstrated in this video and they will look fantastic. They can also be grown in containers for an impressive patio display and even make attractive trailing hanging baskets flowering in spring. They really are well worth having and will produce plenty of great fruit, you can find our cranberries below!

The UK’s leading mail order plant and bulb supplier J. Parker’s are in collaboration with regional personality Jeff Turner of Granada’s gardener’s Question Time North West to offer our customers great practical advice alongside our top quality products.

To check out our cranberries or for more helpful content and information, please follow the link below for our website;

Image taken from page 351 of ‘Madam How and Lady Why; or, first lessons in earth lore for children. With … illustrations’
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Title: "Madam How and Lady Why; or, first lessons in earth lore for children. With … illustrations", "Miscellaneous Works"
Author: Kingsley, Charles
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 7107.b.54."
Page: 351
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1870
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 001970269

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By The British Library on 2013-11-25 23:59:25