Wild and vital fruits
Looking into the future can be little more than looking into a crystal ball. What helps is to look back: rhubarb has a great past and history. There is a lot of future to be expected...not all rhubarb is the same – and a look at our candidate varieties from the Lubera® breeding programme shows what diversity even simple rhubarb is capable of.
The history of rhubarb root
The Arabs brought the Chinese root, the root of the barbarians (Rheum barbarum, as the Latin name literally translates) to...Read more
The salmonberry, botanically Rubus spectabilis, is a species originating from western North America with strikingly large and bright pink flowers. With its very special show of flowers and the edible raspberry-like fruits, the salmonberry offers real added value in any garden. That is why we have decided to include the following varieties in our range.
Raspberries with added value – salmonberry young plants
The natural distribution area of salmonberries is the Pacific coast of North America. Here...Read more
As in so many industries and areas of everyday life, the trend is moving towards more online-based advertising and paperless communication. However, at the moment, we do not want to do without print media entirely. Last autumn, for example, we were already able to present our current young plant catalogue for 2020. Many of you have already received the printed version and at the same time our young plant catalogue is also available at luberaedibles.com in the download area.
The exclusive Lubera...Read more
Learn more about Lubera Edibles’ range of wild fruit young plants.
By definition, wild fruit is fruit that has been only minimally cultivated. However, since the transition to cultivated fruit is quite smooth, an exact separation is often not possible at all. Wild fruits are often pure processing fruits. But not all of them. There are also fruits that are very suitable for eating fresh.
In addition, the plants are not only valuable for harvesting. The wild fruit plants also have a high ecological...Read more
As the new company name, Lubera Edibles®, already suggests, we are expanding our range of young plants from classic soft fruits, such as raspberries, blackberries or blueberries, to anything that can be consumed in any way. This includes edible fruits like kiwis, apples and pears. Or edible roots such as horseradish, Jerusalem artichoke or potato. But also edible leaves, petioles, flowers such as sea kale, tea or rhubarb. We would like to introduce our most important groups of crops in the...Read more
Fruit trees are now also available in the 'Lubera Edibles' range! From this year these trees will also be available as young plants ... in this video Markus Kobelt explains more about the pear, apple and stone fruit trees which will be being produced for the professional grower.
Markus Kobelt MD of 'Lubera' and Rupert Mayer MD of 'Mayer', together, make up the young plant producers of the brand new 'Lubera Edibles'.
'Lubera Edibles' is the young plant division of Lubera, it provides a large...Read more
In addition to the young plants from the classic berry fruit, we are able to offer fruit tree young plants for the first time starting in the spring of 2019. At the start, our assortment only contained pome fruit. All varieties offered by us come from the innovative breeding lines of our sister company Lubera®. These varieties have been specially bred and selected for the demands in the home garden. They are characterised by a very good flavour, superior health and partly by an extremely compact...Read more