tayberry


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tayberry

(ˈteɪbərɪ)
n, pl -ries
1. (Plants) a hybrid shrub produced by crossing a blackberry, raspberry, and loganberry
2. (Plants) the large sweet red fruit of this plant
[C20: so named because first grown at Blairgowrie on Tayside, Scotland]
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The Tayberry 17/30 594 Brook Street, Broughty Ferry DD5 2EA .
Reserve - J and H Taylor and S Campbell, Tayberry, South Ronaldsay with a ram lamb.
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Head gardener Phil lovingly scratches names on blackboards at the end of runs: "Blackberries - Black Butte, Loch Maree, Reuben", "Tayberry - Buckingham".
I learn the tayberry is a cross between the black raspberry and blackberry, but am more impressed with how the whole family pitches in at Pennington Farms.
Sol Seed also will be at the Tayberry Jam tonight and the Whiteaker Block Party on Saturday.
A CROSS between a raspberry and blackberry, tayberry produces a large crop of up to 20lb of sweet fruit from summer to autumn.
The tayberry is also a blackberry/raspberry hybrid with extremely large fruit with a sweeter, more aromatic flavour than the loganberry.
Hybrid berries such as loganberry and tayberry can also be trained over arches to form useful shade and a delicious crop, for example when they're loosely tied into a chunky wooden arch.
How do I grow tayberry? Tayberry is a cross between a raspberry and a blackberry.
2 Prune fruited raspberry, tayberry and loganberry canes out as soon as the last fruits are harvested.
The award-winning Three Choirs Vineyard offers wine tasting while St Anne's Vineyard's fruit wines offer something different with varieties such as rhubarb and ginger or damson and tayberry. The Severn and Wye Smokery specialises in locally caught wild salmon, but also has other smoked fish and poultry, and Crooked End Farm Organic near Ruardean has a well-stocked farm shop.