They won’t grow in all areas though – these small bushes (up to 1.5m tall and wide), are best suited to cool to cold climates. Buy them as cuttings or bare rooted plants. Treat them well and you can normally expect fruit after a couple of years.
Prune in winter to an open vase shape. Choose 3-4 of the strongest branches and cut them back by half. This is important as fruit is borne on wood at least 1-3 years old.