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Well I've gone and bought two tayberries from poundland today.
Was quite impressed with the stock they had but the lad was just
filling the shelves so I suspect it had just arrived.

Will be planting them this week I assume - not read the instructions
on the back but have just read they might like to be in the middle of
a field ... on their own

"The strong growers should be planted about 4m (13ft)
apart. Medium strength growers need to be planted about 2.5m (8ft)"

4M apart? Just how big do they get?!!
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Well I've gone and bought two tayberries from poundland today.
Was quite impressed with the stock they had but the lad was just
filling the shelves so I suspect it had just arrived.


Will be planting them this week I assume - not read the instructions
on the back but have just read they might like to be in the middle of
a field ... on their own


"The strong growers should be planted about 4m (13ft)
apart. Medium strength growers need to be planted about 2.5m (8ft)"


4M apart? Just how big do they get?!!


IME around 25 ft in really good and well-watered soil.

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Well I've gone and bought two tayberries from poundland today.
Was quite impressed with the stock they had but the lad was just
filling the shelves so I suspect it had just arrived.

Will be planting them this week I assume - not read the instructions
on the back but have just read they might like to be in the middle of
a field ... on their own


You have several spare fields?




"The strong growers should be planted about 4m (13ft)
apart. Medium strength growers need to be planted about 2.5m (8ft)"

4M apart? Just how big do they get?!!
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mogga wrote:
Well I've gone and bought two tayberries from poundland today.
Was quite impressed with the stock they had but the lad was just
filling the shelves so I suspect it had just arrived.


"The strong growers should be planted about 4m (13ft)
apart. Medium strength growers need to be planted about 2.5m (8ft)"

4M apart? Just how big do they get?!!


We grow them on a 2m high fence and they can spread over 2m on either
side of the root.


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On Mon, 30 Mar 2009 21:01:17 +0100, "Ophelia"
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"mogga" wrote in message
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Well I've gone and bought two tayberries from poundland today.
Was quite impressed with the stock they had but the lad was just
filling the shelves so I suspect it had just arrived.

Will be planting them this week I assume - not read the instructions
on the back but have just read they might like to be in the middle of
a field ... on their own


You have several spare fields?


I think you'd need to define "have" and "spare"
There is a field at the back of my house which is much underused. It's
not mine though,but might end up being allotments sooner or later





"The strong growers should be planted about 4m (13ft)
apart. Medium strength growers need to be planted about 2.5m (8ft)"

4M apart? Just how big do they get?!!
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On Mon, 30 Mar 2009 18:42:12 GMT, Rusty_Hinge
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Well I've gone and bought two tayberries from poundland today.
Was quite impressed with the stock they had but the lad was just
filling the shelves so I suspect it had just arrived.


Will be planting them this week I assume - not read the instructions
on the back but have just read they might like to be in the middle of
a field ... on their own


"The strong growers should be planted about 4m (13ft)
apart. Medium strength growers need to be planted about 2.5m (8ft)"


4M apart? Just how big do they get?!!


IME around 25 ft in really good and well-watered soil.


That's really promising.
Tempting to put one on the field behind if they can grow that huge.
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On Mar 30, 6:53*pm, mogga wrote:
Well I've gone and bought two tayberries from poundland today.
Was quite impressed with the stock they had but the lad was just
filling the shelves so I suspect it had just arrived.

Will be planting them this week I assume *- not read the instructions
on the back but have just read they might like to be in the middle of
a field ... on their own

"The strong growers should be planted about 4m (13ft)
apart. Medium strength growers need to be planted about 2.5m (8ft)"

4M apart? Just how big do they get?!!
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Kay is an expert on Tayberry, I seem to remember she had some in her
garden. I haven't seen Kay posting for a few days, come in Kay?

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On Mar 31, 12:36*pm, Sacha wrote:
On 31/3/09 10:59, in article ,





"mogga" wrote:
On Tue, 31 Mar 2009 10:22:57 +0100, Sacha
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snip

I think you'd need to define "have" and "spare"
There is a field at the back of my house which is much underused. It's
not mine though,but might end up being allotments sooner or later


snip


Perhaps you could be an early coloniser. *;-))


Well ...that's something I've already considered!
:-)


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On Mon, 30 Mar 2009 18:42:12 GMT, Rusty_Hinge
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4M apart? Just how big do they get?!!


IME around 25 ft in really good and well-watered soil.


That's really promising.
Tempting to put one on the field behind if they can grow that huge.


I had one growing along a verandah and it ran half the length of it,
turned the corner and continued for six feet.

In the autumn I used to mulch it with well-rotted goat, rabbit and
poultry manure.

The one I have ATM is about four inches long.

And Martin, I'm referring to the Tayberry...

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Pitch dark night, wellies, spade and torch. *;-)


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Oh have I wandered into the wrong group? is this alt.vampires? :-)


alt.lottery

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On Mar 31, 6:06*pm, Rusty_Hinge
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Pitch dark night, wellies, spade and torch. *;-)


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Oh have I wandered into the wrong group? *is this alt.vampires? *:-)


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Oh?

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