These blackberries just keep on coming. Gardeners are so smitten with Darrow's long harvest, large berries and gourmet blackberry flavor, they don't mind the thorns. The berries are fantastic: large, luscious, with great true blackberry flavor. Plants grow upright with little support.
At the close of the blackberry season, here comes the granddaddy of them all, the prolific and rambling blackberry Chester. Managing the robust plant's meandering vines is well worth the fall harvest of near-perfect fruit. Chester's medium-sized jet black berries are exceptionally sweet and rich. Allow fruit to ripen on the vine for easy harvesting.
Large, firm, sweet berries are bursting with flavor. Thornlesss, sturdy canes produce 2-4 quarts of glossy, juicy black berries. Vigorous, easy to manage plants are garlanded with lovely large white flowers. Fully erect 4-6 ft. tall canes allow for denser planting, increasing potential yield; fruiting extends for five weeks. Self-pollinating, highly disease resistant plants. Another berry breakthrough from the University of Arkansas, the Harvard of berries. Mid-season. Full sun.
This new thornless blackberry bred by Dr. John Clark at University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is tops for exceptional flavor and sweetness. ‘Osage’ is very adaptable, heat and humidity tolerant and easy to grow at home. Ripening in mid-early season, plants produce medium-sized berries with excellent fresh-harvest quality for eating right out of the garden.
The Natchez Thornless Blackberry Plant was developed to be very adaptable and is expected to grow well in all areas of USDA. Released by the researchers at the University of Arkansas and the United States Department of Agriculture, Natchez Thornless Blackberry fruits are very large, elongated and glossy black in color. Natchez Blackberries have a 9.5% sugar content which makes them great for jams, jellies, juice mixes or just eating fresh off the bush. With Strong disease resistance Natchez is p