Frank P Matthews
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Blackberries are packed with goodness, being rich in anthocyanins, vitamins and minerals. Their deep purple berries are harvested from June to August and can be baked into scrumptious desserts, or eaten fresh. Your blackberry bush can ramble over arches, pergolas, trellis or along wires on walls and fences. They can also be grown in containers. Self fertile.
They can tolerate light shade, but will be more productive in a sunny, sheltered site. Plant your blackberry bush in a well-drained soil for the best results. Suitable for small spaces. The fruits are best picked as soon as they’re ripe, when richly coloured, plump and juicy. The most delicious, healthy snack!
Erect, early-ripening, thornless shrub that produces large red and black fruit, ripening in early to mid-June.
Mid season floricane Blackberry of very high quality. Thornless and upright growing. Fruits are sweet, firm and juicy.
A reliable thornless form. Mid-late season, well flavoured, dark black fruits. Good autumn colour.
Early-maturing thornless variety producing large, firm and glossy blackberries from mid-August until the first frosts.
Compact, thornless variety ideal in a container. Large, shiny, firm, sweet fruit from mid-August until the first frost.
Large fruiting mid season blackberry with delicious flavour. Thornless and upright. Quick to establish and to grow.
A new erect thornless type. An early mid-season variety of fine fresh eating quality. Fast growing and very hardy!
Selected for its huge size and flavour and for being a ‘Primocane’, fruiting late summer. Juicy and sweet.
Early-season thornless variety perfect for pots. Heavy cropper of large fruit, a glossy appearance and exceptional flavour.