In the past when I've walked by his garden in late Spring/early Summer, I've been amazed by the variety of fancy soft fruits that he's accumulated; no doubt all the product of clever hybridisation. He has conveniently planted them all by the side of the road; within easy reach of my secateurs.
I put them all together in this bed (above), and they are now all sprouting nicely.
What I don't know is what is what, so eventually I'll have to plant them all in a row, and just gather what fruit appears. I know there are big fat Blackberries, and Yellowberries, and Whiteberries, and Raspberries, and even some very big Blackcurrants. At the moment we have just Tayberries and Redcurrants.
The only problem will be finding somewhere to put them all; there are over 20 of them. Maybe I'll have to establish a dedicated soft fruit area. More work!