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Bare Root Berries

How To Choose A Blackberry

Consider your climate, your soil, the location of the plants and your tolerance for thorns! Some of the tastiest and most prolific berries have thorns. Decide which varieties best suit your needs.

Blackberries flourish in full sun in most climates and they prefer rich, moist soil and generous fertilization. Drip irrigation is recommended as the leaves will stay dry and the plants are less likely to get rust, a fungal disease. The trailing canes need major support, typically a fence, and the more upright varieties such as Apache and Navajo also do better with some support. Allow the plants to grow naturally the first year and then train them on the supports the second year. The trailing varieties can be tied or woven along the supports. After producing berries, the fruiting canes should be cut to the ground.

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Blackberry, Loch Ness Thornless

 

Large, firm, conical glossy black berries with excellent flavor. Heavy crops produced on semi-erect canes. Very winter hardy. Zones 5-9. Starts ripening in late June into August.

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Blackberry, Chickasaw

 

High yielding blackberry variety produces large, high quality fruit on vigorous, erect canes. Fruit is long, cylindrical and slightly flattened in shape and very attractive with a glossy black finish. Resistant to anthracnose. Cold hardy to USDA zone 5.

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Gooseberry, Black Velvet

 

Award winning variety that produces excellent large sweet fruit. Outstanding flavor when vine-ripened. Vigorous shrub is very disease resistant. Extremely cold hardy. Zones 3 to 8. Potted.

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Raspberry, Anne

 

Everbearing. Large, firm yellow fruit with very sweet flavor. Ripens late August through October. Cold hardy to zone 3. Patent no. 10411. Potted.

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Raspberry, Bababerry

 

Extra large red raspberries up to an inch and a half long. Fine flavor, excellent for all uses. Hardy to 0 degrees F, but does well in warmest climates of the USA. Large crop in June and a smaller one in autumn. Propagated by tissue culture to ensure varietal integrity. Patent No. 4732. Potted.

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Jewel

Raspberry, Jewel

 

Compact clusters of large to very large glossy black berries of very high quality. Firm and juicy with rich flavor. Extremely vigorous and productive. Most disease resistant of all black raspberries. Cold hardy to zone 4. Potted.

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Raspberry, September Red

 

Everbearing. Medium size, tart, rosy-red raspberry of good quality. Vigorous, hardy, productive plants. Mosaic resistant. Good for cold climates with cool summers. Bears light crop in June and heavy crop in September.

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Goji Berry

 

Also known as wolfberry. Weeping shrub reaches six to nine feet and produces copious quantities of small, bright red berries that can be eaten fresh, dried or used in cooking. Highest level of antioxidants of any food plant. Also high in protein and amino acids. Fruit starts ripening in July. Afternoon shade in hottest climates. Prefers well-drained soil. Self-fruitful. Zones 5-9. Potted.

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