Suttons Seeds Mountain Cranberry Seeds
Produce handfuls of delightful luscious red berries.
The Mountain Cranberry is bound to bring ounces of joy to your garden. Also known as a ‘Lingonberry’ this cranberry plant is ideal for gardeners who wish to grow something different in a window box. An evergreen perennial, it will produce berries that are just like cranberries on small 15cm plants. Height 11-20cm (4-8"); spread 21-30cm (8-12").
Traditionally used in Nordic countries, these berries have a juicy, lip-smacking tart taste. Perfect for sauces and juices served with pancakes! High in pectin, they are great for helping home-made jams set. Harvest from late August through to early October.
Sow seeds into trays/pots of moist acidic compost and lightly cover with more compost from September to December and keep outside in a cold frame or sheltered place, making sure the compost does not dry out. Seeds need a period of cold before they will germinate, so will sprout the following spring. When large enough to handle, transplant to individual pots and grow on. Plants can be grown in the garden or containers but must have acidic/ericaceous compost to thrive. Plants must be kept moist and will take 2-3 years before they fruit. Alternatively, seeds can be placed in the fridge for 3 months and sown in January/February.
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