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Black Magic™ Blackberry Plant

Delicious Berries Times Two!

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Black Magic™ Blackberry Plant

Delicious Berries Times Two!

  • Double cropping
  • Bears large summer crop and a fall crop
  • Black fruits are often larger than a quarter
  • Rich, complex, sweet-tart flavor
  • Excellent heat tolerance
  • Upright, self-supporting canes
Enjoy big, richly flavored berries not once, but multiple times a season! This double-cropping variety will set a large summer crop and a later fall crop, and may even produce fruit throughout the entire summer depending on conditions! Upright, self supporting and lightly thorny canes are easy to maintain and have impressive heat tolerance we've seen them breeze through 100+ degree days, still pumping out the fruit. Huge yields of fruit, delectable flavor and ease of care are sure to make Black Magic a favorite!. Zones 5-9. PP24249.
  • 62504
  • Potted Plant
  • Fall
  • $24.99
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Product Details

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Rubus fruticosus 'Black Magic' PPAF
  • Height: 48 - 48
  • Spacing: 3 - 4 feet
  • Depth:Plant at same depth as in the nursery. Plant so the roots are below soil level.
  • Spread:4 feet
  • Light Required:Full Sun
  • Pollinator:Self pollinating.
  • Yield: Approximately 4 - 6 quarts at maturity.
  • Size: Potted
  • Blooms: Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, All Summer
  • Fruit: Glossy deep wine to black, large fruit, most well over quarter size in diameter.
  • Zone: 6-9
  • Form: Small fruit, blackberry.
  • Flower Form: White single blooms, first flush in May, with blooms intermittently throughout the Summer, and then again in August/September.
  • Soil Requirements: Acidic Soil
  • Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
  • Pruning: How you should prune erect and trailing blackberries varies slightly. All cultivars require very little pruning or training during the planting year. Differences in pruning and training between erect and trailing blackberries: Top the primo canes of erec
  • Foliage: Dark green foliage.

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