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Thornless Blackberries – Navaho

Deep blue to black delicious berries are produced in abundance without a trellis by these upright Thornless Blackberries Navaho! These sweet flavored blackberries have the highest sugar content of any Arkansas variety. They can be stored for 3-4 WEEKS while remaining sweet and firm. Excellent for table fruit, syrups, jams and jellies. This abundant fruit will be ready to harvest by the end of July. A mature plant can produce up to 10-12 pounds of berries. Disease resistant upright thornless plants are easy to grow.  Fruit contains vitamins, minerals and many healthful properties.

Zone 6-10.

Great plant for attracting and supporting bees and butterflies!

These blackberries bear for over a month beginning in mid June and are very productive bearing large crops of flavorful fruit.

Upright growing nature allows it to be grown in containers if desired. Just be sure the container is wide & deep enough. Grow 4-5′ tall and 3-4′ wide.

Plant 2’-3’ apart to make an edible hedge approx 4’ tall. It does not need a trellis or support.

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BR – 3 plants

Packaged – 2 plants

  • Just the plants, bundled 3 with roots packed in media for shipping purposes to ensure you receive viable plants ready for planting. If you know what you want and what your are doing, the perfect cost effective way to start your own berry patch.

  • Professionally packed to give your plants a head start. Roots started in media and sealed with a poly bag to retain moisture and insure your raspberries will remain viable until you are ready to plant. Packaging contains variety information and full planting directions. Perfect if you’re not yet a “green thumb” or if you may not be ready to plant immediately on receipt. Also a great way to share as a gift!

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