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Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry

Sweetest Thornless Blackberry

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Garden Talk Learn more about this variety from gardener/owner Niles Kinerk

Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry

Sweetest Thornless Blackberry

Vigorous plants consistently produce plentiful yields of large,tasty fruit. Berries are nearly as large as Apache. Wonderfully complex, sweet flavor without the acidic tang of some varieties.Dense foliage cover reduces problems with sun scald. Ripens late July on thornless, semi-erect 12- to 15-ft. canes. Zones 5-9.
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  • No. 1, 1-yr bareroot
  • $14.99
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  • Botanical Name: Rubus fruticosus 'Triple Crown'
  • Height: 10 - 12 feet (needs trellis)
  • Spacing: 4 feet apart spaced in rows 12 feet apart.
  • Depth: Same depth as they were in the nursery.
  • Spread: 6 - 7 feet
  • Light Required: Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Pollinator: Self-pollinating.
  • Yield: Approximately 4 - 6 quarts.
  • Color: White in spring, followed by fruit in summer
  • Size: No. 1, 1 Yr Plants
  • Blooms: Early Spring, Mid Spring
  • Fruit: Mammoth size fruit with excellent flavor.
  • Zone: 5-8
  • Form: Fruit, Blackberry, Shrub/Vine
  • Flower Form: Open, single, rose-like flowers, 5 - 10 to a cluster and 1- 2 clusters per cane
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, rich, moist soil. 5.5- 6.8 pH.
  • Growth Rate: Fast once established, which takes approximately 3 - 5 weeks
  • Pruning: Trim canes to 4' - 5', remove unwanted ones Early spring
  • Foliage: Compound leaves, mid green, pubescent
  • Comments: The Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry is the newest thornless blackberry. The Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry plant is named for its three crowning attributes: flavor - productivity - vigor. Excitement begins when the Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry plants ripen from roughly July 10 to about August 10 in most areas. This thornless blackberry variety yields large, glossy black fruits that are firm and have the capacity to produce larger berries than any other variety we have seen. As a young plant matures early and produces larger fruit than Chester. Its distribution and presentation of fruit is more uniform than other semi-erect thornless cultivars.

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