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BLACKBERRIES
Note: The plants that are listed below are for informational purposes only and do not necessarily reflect the plants we currently offer in our our Retail and Wholesale stores.

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Trailing Thornless Blackberries | index

Chester – A late season, superior quality fruit with very fine Flavor.  The plants are vigorous and highly productive.  Produces pink flowers. Zones 5 -8.

Wholesale & Retail StoresHull – A mid season fruiting cultivar. Fruits are medium size and of good quality for close markets and home use. Zones 5 -8.

Triple Crown – Yields are high, producing high quality fruits.  Flavors are very good and plants are vigorous. Foliage is dense so fruits are protected from the sun. Zones 5 -8.


Erect Thornless Blackberries | index

Apache – Fruits are of good quality and are larger than other erect varieties. Fruits ripen 15 days later than Arapaho and 5 days later than Navaho. Plants have been resistant to orange rust in test areas. Zones 5 -9.

Arapaho – The earliest maturing of the erect types. Fruits are medium size and of good quality and flavor. The plant has been susceptible to orange rust in certain areas. Zones 5 -9.

Navaho – Berries are of medium size and of good flavor. Ripens the first of August in Southwest Michigan. The plant has been susceptible to orange rust in certain areas. Zones 5 -9.


Thorny Blackberries | index

Click for larger viewKiowa – An erect grower that does not need trellising.  Fruits are extremely large with excellent flavor.  Harvest of fruits is prolonged to 6 weeks compared to 3 weeks on most other cultivars.  Kiowa is a good choice for u-pick operations, fresh markets and homeowners. Zones 5 -9.

Illini Hardy – A very hardy cultivar with quality fruits of medium size.  The plants are vigorous and productive. Zones 4 -8.



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