- Planting & Care
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- Zones: 6-9
- Harvest: Ripens in July and early August
- Fruit: Medium-large, bright black berries with an earthy tart sweet flavor.
- Facts of note: A vigorous trailing vine (with thorns) that grows up to 20' long. Good for local fresh markets, canning, freezing, pies, ice cream flavoring, jams and jellies. Good shelf life. High quality, with flavor superior to Boysenberry. A cane berry hybrid from crossing 'Chehalem' and 'Olallie' blackberries developed in 1945 at Oregon State University.
- Plants are 2 year, grade #1
Blackberries prefer a loose textured, well-drained soil. Avoid sites with a high water table where water sits for long periods of time, especially during winter months. Blackberries will thrive in most soil types and are cold hardy in most areas of the United States. Plant late winter to early spring. Space 4-6’ in a row with 6-8’ between rows. The older stems or tops of the transplants can be cut back several inches.
- Easily Established
- Plant Spreads
Cannot ship to the following states: HI, AK, PR, GU, VI
Cannot ship via USPS.
Cannot ship via SmartPost.
Shipping Weight: 2.0 lb
Dimensions: 16.0"L x 3.0"W x 3.0"H