Soft Fruit has a short storage and shelf life after picking, so it is often sold frozen for cooking with.
As many of the fruits called Soft Fruit grow on bushes, growing Soft Fruit at home can allow fruit in a small garden that doesn’t have the room for fruit trees. Most Soft Fruit brushes need pruning once a year to get rid of old growth that might not bear fruit any longer.
Soft Fruit tends to be juicy, though many of the berries have many small seeds in them.
Sometimes called “small fruits.”