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Arom'arctic® Nyby

The arctic cloudberry, THE Scandinavia berry for bog gardens

Arom'arctic® Nyby
 
 
 

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Arom'arctic® Nyby grows, flowers and produces fruit. And at a quick rate. This plant from the far north has no time to lose; it starts to grow as soon as it gets warmer and the winter is over. And it radiates signs of spring like only a few other plants. At plant exhibitions in the spring we see how people feel attracted to this spring plant that blooms so early and quickly. They probably see their own spring fever mirrored in the plant ;-)
The cloudberry, the common name of Arom'arctic® Nyby, has an almost emblematic character in Scandinavia; you see it at markets and as an image on banknotes and coins and also as a jam in the shelves at IKEA.
In the garden, the arctic cloudberry finds its place planted in bog gardens along with blueberries, rhododendrons or azaleas. And it turns to its typical orange/amber colour in June, indicating its maturity; once it has accomplished its year’s work it dies back to the ground in autumn, strengthening itself for the next spring.
And how does it taste, you ask impatiently? We cannot think of many words. But we know this: It’s sweeter than sweet.

Cultivation: Requires acidic soil, pH: 3.5-5.5, preferably semi-shade, little fertilisation
Flowers: Forms new herbaceous shoots every year that bloom at the end in May to the end of June, large, white flowers, yellow sepals
Maturity: June to July, long flowering time precedes the fruit ripening
Fruits/flavour: Fruits are ripe when the sepals turn away and release a yellow-orange fruit that tastes very sweet
Fertilisation: Not a problem, as Arom'arctic Nyby® is the first monoecious species that can fertilise itself (both male and female sex organs are available)
Habit: Large, herbaceous leaves, only 5-25 cm tall, beautiful red colouring of autumn leaves, which later die back to the roots
Health: Very robust, absolutely hardy in the winter, down to -35 degrees Celsius; if it has budded early, the herbaceous shoots can somewhat freeze back again, so rather plant in partial shade
Tip: The fruits can also be harvested when they are not ripe (so that more can be harvested at a time); they then mature in the sun afterwards

Tips

Protect plants from sprouting too early Very continental or Nordic plants that start immediately in the spring temperatures can sometimes feel the spring too early in our climate - already in February or beginning of March, in windy regions in the Alps or generally mild winter weather. It makes sense to cover such plants, such as the arctic raspberry Systrar or cloudberry Nyby and many others with some straw in February in order to prevent too early budding and the vulnerability towards weather setbacks and frosts. The straw is then not only used once for isolation from the cold, but also against too early heat.
 
  • Flowering Period March, April
  • Ripeness/Harvest Period June, July, August
  • Final height 5cm to 20cm
  • Final width 20cm to 40cm
  • Available May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
  • Plant Type deciduous
  • Sweetness sweet
  • Use beds/borders, as a groundcover, for group plantings, as a specimen plant
  • Hardiness hardy
  • Soil acidic, slightly acidic
  • Location partial shade
  • Flower Colour white
  • Leaf Colour green
  • Lubera Selection This plant is an exclusive launch from Lubera. Lubera searches worldwide for new varieties and species that will make gardening more exciting and easier! We encounter new products again and again that we can exclusively bring to the market after intensive testing.

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May 31, 2017

Cloudberry (Kirstie Rann)

Can this plant be grown in a large container and what is the best growing conditions for it?

 
Feb 2, 2017

Arom'arctic Nyby (Cary-Ann D'Arcy)

When will this plant be available to purchase? Many thanks

 
Feb 2, 2017

Arom'arctic Nyby (Sonja Dreher)

Hello
the Arom'arctic "Nyby" will be available again by the End of March.

kind regards
Your Lubera Team

Sep 7, 2016

Sales (João Gomes)

Hi, is this plant for sale? how can I add it to the shopping cart?

 
Sep 16, 2016

Plant for sale (Kirstie)

It doesn't seem to be available to buy currently. If I try and buy a different plant I get the option to add it to my shopping basket, but not the Cloudberry.

Aug 6, 2016

Cloudberry plant (Kirstie)

Can these be grown in containers?

 
Jan 12, 2016

top creating stupid names (ddd)

the plant is called Rubus chamaemorus and the fruit is known as cloudberry

 
Jan 4, 2015

the fruit (Harry)

How long does it take for a plant to produce fruit? What colour are the fruit when ripe? Thanks.

 
Jan 30, 2015

Arom'arctic® Nyby (Your Lubera Team - Sonja Hendrischke)

Hello,

The Cloudberry does not need much time to carry fruit for the first time.
It should carry some fruit next year. The colour of the ripe fruits in dark Amber-yellow.

Kind regards
Your lubera team

 
 
 

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