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Low-Growing Type of Blackberry
(4 customer reviews)
Purple-black berries have an intense flavor, are nearly seedless and very juicy. A cross between the red raspberry and the blackberry, it is a more flavorful berry than either of its parents. Canes are loaded with 2-in. fruit starting in July. Trailing canes grow 4-6 ft. Self-pollinating. Potted. Zones 6-8.
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- Thursday, December 27, 2012
best flavor black berry
Reviewed By: P. Hall (Palestine, texas)
This is the best black berry I have ever grown. I had trouble getting it to grow until I use steer manuer then they took off. 3 plants became thirty in one year after tilling in manuer and every other day for about a month I picked a large bowl of berries. Best tasting Berries! Some as big as your thumb.
- Monday, January 02, 2012
Reviewed By: Troy Sloyer (Brandenburg, KY)
Bought 2 of these 3 years ago and they didn't look so good when I got them. Well, the first year they took right off filling out and year two the exploded with large juicy berries and just melt like cotton candy on your tongue. Make sure you put up the bird netting because once they find your Boysenberrys they will eat them like their addicted. Highly recommend this plant to anyone. Oh, and be very carful you don't weed out the new shoots in the spring. The new shoots are not viney like the older part of the plant and I started to pull them out. Very healthy plant. Mine are in 50/50 sun/shade and on a hillside with great drain-off. Worth every penny I spent on them!
- Saturday, August 20, 2011
Reviewed By: Janet Cook (Fort Scott, Kansas)
The write-up is absolutely correct - these are wonderfully flavored berries. Makes great jelly and syrup.
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