Botanical Name: Rubus L. subgenus Rubus
Height: 5-6 feet
Depth: plant with the crown at the soil line.
Spread: 2-3 feet
Sun/Shade: Full Sun
Yield: Prolific. For the home grower, just one or two plants will produce plenty of berries through mid to late summer.
Fruit: The berry itself is glossy and, as with many blackberries, appears black on the plant, but turns a deep, dark purple when frozen and thawed. It is medium in size and tends to be conical, longer than it is wide. The berry has a somewhat tart flavor, fairly
Form: a vigorously growing trailing vine
Soil Requirements: grows well in a wide range of soils
Comments: Vigorous trailing plants are a treat to the eye and the round fruits are a treat to the taste buds! Medium-large sized berries have a delicious sweet-tart flavor that is perfect for jams, jellies, freezing and fresh eating! Very rich in vitamins.
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