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Berries - Blackberries
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Triple Crown Blackberry - Rubus spp Kiowa Blackberry - Rubus spp
Blackberry Triple Crown Close up Triple Crown is named for its three attributes; flavor, productivity and vigor. This very hardy variety offers two other attributes; disease resistance and very large berries. The thornless blackberry ripens for about one month from end of July thru August. Semi-erect, the canes can be trellised or pruned to be free standing in summer to an easy picking height of 42". Does well on East and West Coasts and to Homestead, Florida. Space 5' circle or 5' apart in prepared garden beds 5' wide. Zones 5-9. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$9.00
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1 Quart Pot  own roots$10.00
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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$33.00
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Blackberry Kiowa berries in hand Kiowa is an extremely large berry and 10 can fill a half-pint container. The best quality and best firmness of all varieties. Long harvest season of 6 weeks. Heavy producer. 1996 University of Arkansas introduction. Thorny bush. Kiowa is a low chilling variety, probably as low as 200 hours. Native Space 5' circle or 5' apart in 5' wide beds. Zones 6-9. Plant Patent #9861 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$8.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$28.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$11.00
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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$19.00
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Arapaho Blackberry - Rubus spp Apache Blackberry - Rubus spp
Blackberry Schultz Fruiting Arapaho is the earliest ripening thornless variety. Lots more to pick at once because it ripens its fruit in a 4 week period. Can be planted farther south. Arapaho needs only 400-500 chill hours.(hours with temperatures below 45 degrees F) Plant Patent # 8510. The outstanding characteristics of Arapaho are its thornless, erect, self supporting canes, good fruit quality, earliness of ripening and its ability to establish a full fruiting row quickly. Zone 6-8. 

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Blackberries Schultz Bowl Apache, Plant Patent #11865 is an erect thornless blackberry similar to Arapaho with larger fruit and seed, ripening 15 days later than Arapaho. Resists orange rust. Fruits are sweet when ripe. Very productive. Tip new canes at 42" during growing season. The newest thornless blackberry introduction from University of Arkansas breeding program. Selected because of its great flavor, good yield and very large fruit. Six week ripening period. Space 5' apart in 5' wide rows. For one plant space plant in a 6' circle. Zone 6-8. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$5.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$10.00
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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00
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1 1 Gallon  own roots$16.00
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1 3 Gallon  own roots$28.00
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Chester Thornless Blackberry - Rubus Spp Osage Thornless Blackberry - Rubus species X
Blackberry Chester Chester is an early, fine tasting, semi erect thornless blackberry. I remember sampling Chester when it was a numbered seedling at the University of Maryland's Cherry Hill Research facility, and I enthusiastically promoted its flavor. Hardier than many varieties. Fruits are sweet and juicy, though as all blackberries they must be left on the plant until they come easily off the calyx. Zone 6-8. Space 5-6' apart in beds 5' wide. 

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Blackberry Osage Osage thornless blackberry is the thirteenth release in a series of erect-growing, high-quality, productive, floricane-fruiting blackberry cultivars developed by the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture. An enhanced effort in the improvement of flavor in blackberries has been underway in the Arkansas program for a number of years, and Osage was developed with the intention of advancing flavor to a higher level in a thornless blackberry cultivar. Osage ripens mid-early. Average weight usually 6-7 g; soluble solids (sweetness) 11%; mostly round shape. Zone 6 - 8. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$6.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$8.00
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1 Quart Pot  own roots$11.00
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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00
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1 1 Gallon  own roots$19.00
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1 3 Gallon  own roots$33.00
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Prime Ark Freedom Thornless Blackberry - Rubus species X Von Thornless Blackberry - rubus spp.
Blackberry Prime Ark Freedom Prime Ark Freedom is the first thornless primocane fruiting blackberry. A blackberry usually grows one year and doesn't fruit until the following season. Freedom fruits this way very early in the season, but then fruits again in the fall where the climate is suitable. Freedom also has exceptional fruit size, good flavor and the plant grows upright and needs little or no staking. Zones 6-8 space 5'circle or 5' apart. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$9.00
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Blackberry Von Von is the latest blackberry cultivar from the N.C. State University small fruit breeding program. A thornless blackberry, Von was developed by Dr. Jim Ballington, Dr. Gina Fernandez and Dr. Penelope Perkins-Veazie with NC State Department of Horticultural Science.
The new blackberry underwent three years of data analysis at the Piedmont Research Station in Salisbury, NC, performing as well or better than other varieties in postharvest tests. During the trials, Von produced fruit late in the season and was distinct for its sweet flavor, small seeds and low acidity. Space 5' circle. Zones 6-8 

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Sweetie Pie Thornless Blackberry - Rhubus species X  
Blackberry  Shawnee A new thornless blackberry cultivar called Sweetie Pie was released that is resistant to disease and tastes delicious. This cultivar, tested as MSUS119, came from a cross between Navaho and MSUS29. MSUS29 is a seedling from a cross of [Humble x Brazos] x Navaho. Sweetie Pie was selected at Poplarville, Mississippi in 1996. It was subsequently propagated and tested at McNeill, Mississippi, as well as in trial plantings in Louisiana and Arkansas. Sweetie Pie grows vigorously and produces numerous floricanes, which are thornless and have a trailing growth habit. Sweetie Pie is resistant to Rosette disease (double blossom), one of the most limiting factors in growing blackberries in the southern United States. It's berries are medium size, glossy, black, and with have excellent flavor due to high soluble solids content. Sweetie Pie lacks sufficient firmness for use as commercial cultivar, but its outstanding flavor and high sugar content make it a desirable cultivar for homeowners and U-Pick operations. Sweetie Pie ripens mid-late season (mid June to late July in South MS) and is an excellent choice for a southern variety. Sweetie Pie grows well in raised beds having a pH of 6 to 7, that are amended with organic matter. Space 5'apart in 5' wide beds. Zones 6-8

 

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