Don't let this elusive monster be sighted in your neighbour's garden first! A new thornless variety from Scotland, it is massive in both flavour and yield. The gourmet quality of this berry makes it an easy sell. Early reports on winter hardiness and disease resistance sound very promising. Although the plant is more compact than some, the trailing canes will still benefit from a wire trellis. Loch Ness is already attracting attention from commercial growers.
SELF-FERTILE | ZONE 5 | HARVEST: LATE AUG.-EARLY SEPT.