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Blackberries

Blackberries

Blackberries

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Blackberries have long been a favorite of fruit lovers, and now they can even be grown in northern states! Look for Prime Ark series varieties. 
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Most shipping dates are from early March to early June based on the proper planting time for your hardiness zone. Payments will be charged to your credit card upon receipt of order unless otherwise arranged ahead of time. To arrange for other payment, please contact us at 1-800-295-2226 BEFORE placing order online.

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Thorny

Zone Map Best In Zones 6 - 10
Description:

Kiowa is an erect and very productive. Large berries are approximately 11 grams! Also has a very long harvest season - up to 6 weeks. See More Details

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Zone Map Best In Zones 6 - 9
Description:

This erect variety produces heavy for several consecutive weeks. Berries are large, sweet and juicy. (Aprox 7g)See More Details

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Thornless

Zone Map Best In Zones 6 - 10
Description:

This new release from Arkansas produces larger fruit and higher yields than any of the other previously released Arkansas thornless erect blackberry cultivars. Apache will ripen 10 days or more later than Arapaho but earlier than Navaho. The Apache fruit are blocky and conical with a very attractive glossy black color. Early reports show fruit to be larger than Arapaho or Navaho with eating and holding characteristics to be better than Arapaho but not quite as good as Navaho fruit. See More Details

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1 - 9 $4.35 each
10 - 29 $3.80 each
30 - 99 $3.65 each
100 + $3.25 each
500 $2.75 each
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Zone Map Best In Zones 6 - 10
Description:

Arapaho fruit is short-conic, bright glossy black and firm. Soluble solids concentration are high but slightly lower than that of Navaho. An important positive characteristic is its small seed size. Seeds are significantly smaller than those of Navaho and Shawnee, but slightly larger than those of Choctaw. It is the earliest ripening thornless blackberry cultivar known to date. The fruiting period of Arapaho is concentrated into less than 4 weeks. See More Details

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1 - 9 $4.35 each
10 - 29 $3.80 each
30 - 99 $3.65 each
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500 $2.75 each
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Zone Map Best In Zones 5 - 9
Description:

Natchez ripens early, about the same time as Arapaho, but with higher yields. Fruit size is comparable to Apache, approx. 8-9 grams. Sugar content averages 9.5%. Canes are semi-erect so would benefit from trellising. Natchez has not been tested in areas with reduced chilling, such as Florida. No substantial common diseases observed.See More Details

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1 - 9 $4.35 each
10 - 29 $3.80 each
30 - 99 $3.65 each
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500 $2.75 each
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Zone Map Best In Zones 6 - 10
Description:

It has great potential as the first upright, thornless blackberry having the best flavor of any blackberry. However, the berries are the smallest of all varieties. It has yields as high as 8000 lbs. or more per acre. The canes should be topped at shoulder height several times during the season. Good for shipping. See More Details

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1 - 9 $4.35 each
10 - 29 $3.80 each
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500 $2.75 each
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Zone Map Best In Zones 6 - 9
Description:

This medium size, firm berry has great flavor and excellent storage potential.  Osage ripens 5 days after Natchez and earlier than Ouachita.  Fruit size is approximately 6-7 grams with soluble sugars at 11%!  The higher the percentage of soluble sugars the sweeter the berry.  Yields comparable to Ouachita.  See More Details

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1 - 9 $4.35 each
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30 - 99 $3.65 each
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500 $2.75 each
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Zone Map Best In Zones 6 - 9
Description:

This blackberry is a recent release from the University of Arkansas. Ouachita, pronounced WAH-shi-tah, is a very upright growing, vigorous, thornless blackberry. Plants can be self supporting when primocanes are tipped at 45 inches. However, trellising may be needed to keep a full crop from leaning out of the row. Fruit quality is excellent. Berries are firm, sweet and larger than Navaho and Arapaho, but smaller than Apache, averaging 6 grams each. See More Details

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1 - 9 $4.35 each
10 - 29 $3.80 each
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500 $2.75 each
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Description:

These large, sweet, aromatic blackberries may run away from the competition once they begin appearing in supermarkets around the country. Triple Crown is the newest thornless blackberry from the Agricultural Research Service's Fruit Laboratory in Beltsville, MD. The berry is named for its three crowning attributes - flavor, productivity and vigor. Triple Crown ripens from about July 10 to August 10. See More Details

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1 - 9 $4.35 each
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500 $2.75 each
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Zone Map Best In Zones 6 - 8
Description:

Released from North Carolina. Canes are erect, thornless and fruits at the same time as Navaho. Fruit is medium to large, averaging about 6.6 grams. Berries are sweet, have small seeds and low acidity. Initial results show better tolerance to wet conditions than other varieties. Suggested for growers in southern regions. Hardiness Zone not yet determined.
Thornless, Erect, Summer Bearing, Large Berry, 9.4% Sugar Content.  See More Details

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500 $2.75 each
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Primocane

Description:

1st Thornless Primocane Blackberry!
Best suited for home gardens and local commercial markets.  Fruits on first year canes (primocanes) as well as second year canes (floricanes) in Zone 6 or warmer.  If properly managed you can get two crops!  the crop on the second year canes may be the most important as the fruit will ripen before SWD becomes a problem. See More Details

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1 - 9 $4.60 each
10 - 29 $4.20 each
30 - 99 $3.85 each
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Zone Map Best In Zones 5 - 9
Description:

Prime Ark® Traveler is the second release of primocane thornless blackberries from the University of Arkansas. Early ripening, erect thornless blackberry. Medium to large size firm fruit, with 9-11% sugar level with good yields. Heat stress may reduces flowering and fruit size (daytime temperatures of 90 degrees and higher for an extended period of time).See More Details

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Zone Map Best In Zones 4 - 9
Description:

Tests indicate that Prime Ark 45 yields better than previously released primocane blackberries. Berries are med-large (6 grams) when grown in Arkansas but larger when grown in more moderate summer climates such as Oregon and California. Sugar levels averaged 10% - just under Ouachita. Berries stay firm and black without much leak and not prone to mold which makes them well suited for storage and shipping.See More Details

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