Cranberry Cranberry Crowley
Starry white-pale pink flowers in spring followed later in autumn by fruits about 1-2 cm in diameter. Medium red fruit with a good flavour.The fruit are formed on the upright stems.
Habit - Trailing evergreen ground cover with small dense dark green leaves turning strong purple autumn tonings in winter
Size - Cranberries are low, creeping runners, each runner up to 2 metres in length.
Pollination - Self-fertile
Harvest - Mid-season (April). Harvest when red in colour but if left on the vine the early frosts can sweeten them. Will store for 5 months due to the waxy surface.