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    mellonmellow is offline Seedling
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    You definitely want to protect those berries from the bird. They'll be gone the next day.
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    My Tayberry is Buckingham Thornless - I think it's commonly available - both Marshall's and Dobies have it at the moment. It's a good doer but I've lost more to the weather than to the birds this year. Still got a big bowlful every 2 or 3 days though!
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    Many thanks Flummery, that's exactly the variety that the supplier has recommended since i posted my ask.

    Will have a look at Dobies and Marshalls as Blackmoor's aren't available til November.
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