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Osage Thornless Blackberry

Tolerates Heat and Humidity

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Osage Thornless Blackberry

Tolerates Heat and Humidity

Thornless blackberry variety produces high yields of delightfully sweet fruit with excellent flavor and storage capability. The glossy, black, medium-sized berries are excellent for fresh eating or making into jellies, jams and juice. Osage Blackberry exhibits high disease resistance and is sure to be a favorite of home gardeners and market growers. Developed by the University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, this adaptable, easy-to-grow berry tolerates heat and humidity, making it a top choice for Southern gardens. Grows 4-10 ft. tall with a 3-4 ft. spread and very erect form. Self-pollinating. Zones 6-9. PP26120
SKU: 65094
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Grows in zones: 4-9
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  • Botanical Name: Hibiscus Moscheutos 'Big Red'
  • Height: 4 - 5 Feet
  • Spacing: 2 - 4'
  • Depth: Dig a hole twice as big as the root system. Plant so that all roots are firmly in the soil.
  • Spread: 2 - 3'
  • Light Required: Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Pollinator: Self-pollinating
  • Yield: High yields
  • Color: Deep crimson Red
  • Size: No. 1, 1-Yr. Plants
  • Fruit: Medium-size, glossy black berries, with excellent flavor and sweetness, and great storage quality.
  • Zone: 4-9
  • Form: Very erect
  • Flower Form: Large, 8 - 12" diameter blooms that are open saucer-shaped with overlapping petals. Prominent pistil and stamen centers.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, rich, moist soil. 5.5- 6.8 pH.
  • Growth Rate: Medium
  • Pruning: None necessary.
  • Foliage: Long, deeply lobed and dissected foliage. Dark green with a coppery red to purple cast. Red-purple stems.
  • Comments: Hibiscus are late to arrive in spring. Don't give up, they love to wait until the ground temperatures are nice and warm before appearing in late spring. They grow rapidly, making up for lost time quickly.

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