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Buyers Guide for Blackberries

Allow a width of 8' for the average Blackberry. Some newer compact varieties can be planted closer (4') and even in pots and as self supporting. If this sounds more suitable for your requirements look at Waldo or Loch Ness

Blackberries are also ideal for training against walls, fences, sheds etc, and will provide a very useful crop on sunless walls where few other fruits will grow. Thornless varieties plant 8' apart, thorny varieties plant 10' apart. Himalayan Giant 15' apart. Loch Ness 4' apart.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OF OUR BLACKBERRIES ARE VERY HIGH QUALITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH OUR GOLD HEALTH STANDARD AND GUARANTEE AND NOT JUST ROOTED TIPS! Most are supplied in containers, a few of the thorny varieties may be supplied as bare-root during the dormant season if this suits them best. 

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*Adrienne Blackberry Bushes *new*

*Adrienne Blackberry Bushes *new*

An early fruiting spine free blackberry with vigorous growth and superb fruit quality Adrienne usually starts to ripen a week after Silvan and a week before Waldo. In Southern England this is usually early July....

*Loch Ness Blackberry Bushes

*Loch Ness Blackberry Bushes

This marvellous variety was raised by the Scottish Crop Research Institute. Loch Ness is a breakthrough in blackberry research and has a different type of growth to the standard varieties. The canes are vigorous, spine...

*merton Thornless Blackberry Bushes

*merton Thornless Blackberry Bushes

Raised at the John Innes Institute, Compact grower, completely thornless, the large fruits are beautifully flavoured, often 1'' in diameter, with the real blackberry taste. Season August/September. Compact growth makes this variety ideal for the...

Black Satin Blackberry Bushes

Black Satin Blackberry Bushes

The canes are completely thornless and its main advantage is that it ripens earlier than the other thornless varieties. The fruits are bright, juicy and attractive and provide an excellent crop, excels in a sunny...

Chester Blackberry Bushes

Chester Blackberry Bushes

Cropping late to extend the season the fruits are produced to cover a long picking season, the yield is exceptionally heavy equal to Silvan and Waldo. The quality of the fruit is superb and they...

Helen - A New Very Early Season Thornless Blackberry

Helen - A New Very Early Season Thornless Blackberry

A welcome addition to our lists, in trials Helen has provided good sized fruits of firm attractive appearance which ripen very early in late July. The flavour has been rated as Very Good, and this...

Loch Tay Blackberry Bushes - The Very Latest New Scottish Blackberry

Loch Tay Blackberry Bushes - The Very Latest New Scottish Blackberry

Following in the illustrious path blazed by the highly popular 'Loch Ness' and easily the equal of that superb variety, Loch Tay features the advantage of a much earlier fruiting season, its rounded jet black...

Oregon Thornless Blackberry Bushes

Oregon Thornless Blackberry Bushes

very handsome foliage, providing large fruit of very good flavour. Season - September in to October. Ripening in large clusters to give a very heavy, attractive crop. Derived from the wild European blackberry Rubus Laciniatus....

Smoothstem Blackberry Bushes

Smoothstem Blackberry Bushes

A heavy crop of sweet berries, completely thornless. Season - September. The large, bright berries are easily picked when fully ripe. Prefers a full sun position to produce of its best. The quality fruit has...

Thornfree Blackberry Bushes

Thornfree Blackberry Bushes

Completely thorn free canes that produce a very good crop in the late season. The fruits are very large and jet black. Good flavour and very high quality fruit, similar to Smoothstem....

Waldo Blackberry Bushes

Waldo Blackberry Bushes

A recent variety and the first Western American type to be bred without thorns. Raised in Oregon, USA, Waldo is very outstanding, the fruits are large, an intense black in colour, and have a very...