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Lubera stops plant deliveries to the UK
Due to Brexit, we are not able to deliver to the UK. We are working on a solution on how we can continue to bring a wide range of Lubera plants to the UK and directly to our customers' homes in the future. However, such a solution will not be available before 2022 or 2023.

Pruning currants

Pruning currants

I remember a woman who, after a winter lecture, asked me if it was really necessary to prune currants. She had never heard of such a thing. In her garden she had gigantic currant shrubs from time immemorial, which, even without pruning them had good yields every year; there were always enough fruits to make jam. Yes, they were quite small, the berries, but that's what you have to expect with currants. Well, I’m the very last one, or maybe the second to last, after Karl Ploberger; of lazy intelligent gardeners who would condemn unnecessary gardening in favour of gardening pleasure...soooo….

 

The second Lubera UK Facebook Live Show

The second Lubera UK Facebook Live Show

If you haven’t yet had a chance to see the video of the second English Lubera live Facebook event, then I can thoroughly recommend tuning in! Markus has once again recorded a really useful and interesting show, from his garden in Switzerland. We’re all very impressed that he records the show twice - first in German and then in his characteristic and entertaining ‘Swenglish’.

 

The summertime berry gap – filled by Lubera

The summertime berry gap – filled by Lubera

The time for pickled cucumbers, at the height of summer, is also no-man’s-land for berries. If a garden has an incredible variety of berries from the end of May, there are usually only very few berries left during the midsummer months. This does, however, have natural reasons: Not all berries can do well in high summer temperatures. And in recent years it was a major goal at Lubera to breed and develop varieties that fill this gap.