Blackberry Varieties

Blackberry Varieties

 
Prime Ark 45PRIME ARK 45 - PRIMOCANE
Medium-Large Size, Sweet & Juicy, late summer/ fall fruit, high yields, good choice for Zone 4-8. Spacing is suggested at 4-6 Ft.
marionMARION - FLORICANE
Medium-large size fruit, trailing, vigorous, fresh market, jams, canning
triple crownTRIPLE CROWN (THORNLESS)
Large size, Sweet, Semi-erect, early, fresh market, U-Pick
   
Columbia-Star-thornless-blackberryCOLUMBIA STAR
Thornless, Excellent yields, Excellent flavor, high quality fruit for machine harvesting in fresh & processing industry.
   
black diamondBLACK DIAMOND
Thornless trailing blackberry from the USDA-ARS breeding program in Corvallis OR. It is a high-yielding, vigorous, adapted to machine harvesting and produces a very good processed product. In addition the fruit is firm enough to be suitable for fresh fruit market.
   
prime ark freedomPrime Ark Freedom
Introducing, the World's first Thornless Primocane-fruiting Blackberry. This new variety is being introduced into the commercial industry but is intended for the home garden as well as the local fresh markets. Prime Ark Freedom is a Primocane that offers very large fruit, good flavor, very early ripening on floricanes. Although, Freedom is not recommended for the shipping market it does exhibit an erect growth habit.
prime ark travelerPrime Ark Traveler
Thornless primocane-fruiting blackberry, Medium-large berries, good yields and has excellent plant health, good storage and shipping characteristics for commercial use.
   
chester (2)Chester Thornless
Chester stands as the perfect choice for a Master Gardener due to its greatest accomplishment as a "Thornless" variety. But that is not all of its attributes, it is exceptionally cold-tolerant, and is classified as "The Most Productive Plant of its kind that one is able to grow in the upper midwest". For those growers in the warmer parts of the U.S. rest assured that your fruit of "Chester" won't soften, leak or lose its beautiful dark color. Chester has a reputation for being resistant to Cane Blight which is caused by Botryosphaeria Dothidea. Adaptable in zones 5-7 but worth a try in zones 8-9. This is the variety to choose for fresh eating, creating jams, jellies, and Momma's homemade pies! Yum Yum....
   
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