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Blackberry & Hybrid Bushes

Blackberries and hybrid berries (arising from crosses between raspberries and blackberries) will thrive under a wide range of site and soil conditions and need not take up much room in your garden. They will tolerate sun or shade and are useful for covering a north facing wall, trellis or fence. With a selection of different varieties it is possible to harvest fruit from early July until the autumn. Although bursting with flavour when eaten fresh, surplus fruit freezes well and can be used to make excellent jam and crumbles! Trained plants can grow and be maintained to a height of 1.5-1.8m (5-6ft) and should be planted 1.8-2.4m (6-8ft) apart. Pot grown blackberry bushes are available for despatch throughout the year.

 

Don't forget to include a Gripple Wire Tensioning Kit on your order, the easy way to support blackberry bushes.  For better establishment we strongly advise using Rootgrow when planting (as recommended in RHS planting guidelines).

 


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Blackberry Collection (2 plants)
£31.00  £27.50
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Blackberry Collection (2 plants)SAVE £3.50. Collection consists of 1 x Blackberry 'Black Butte' and 1 x Blackberry 'Reuben'.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Black Butte'
£15.95  £14.35
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Blackberry Bush 'Black Butte'This new variety of blackberry produces extremely large fruits up to 12g in weight and 5cm (2in) in length (twice the size of normal blackberries). Rich, sweet and full of flavour. The canes have excellent winter hardiness. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Chester Thornless'New Product
£15.95  £14.35
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Blackberry Bush 'Chester Thornless'One of the best late season blackberries! A combination of high quality fruit, exceptional yields and superb flavour have resulted in this being one of the most widely grown blackberry varieties in the UK. Chester Thornless produces bumper yields that are unequalled by any other variety. The large, shiny black fruits are deliciously sweet and juicy. Plants are extremely vigorous producing semi-erect thornless canes. Disease resistance is excellent. Plant 2-2.5m (7-8ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Karaka Black'
£15.95Blackberry Bush 'Karaka Black'With an average berry weight of 10g or more, this new blackberry produces some of the largest fruits we have ever seen. The long, firm, glossy berries are well displayed, easy to pick and have a good flavour. Yields in trials have been outstanding - in New Zealand, where it was bred, it is now the most widely planted variety due to its exceptional performance. The canes are moderately vigorous and although spiny are fairly easy to manage. Ripens early in the season and has a long cropping period, producing high quality fruit for six weeks. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Loch Maree'
£15.95Blackberry Bush 'Loch Maree'The newest arrival from the impressive Loch series produces an unusual, double pink blossom making it both decorative and productive in the garden. The fruit size is similar to Loch Ness but it crops earlier and the berries have a markedly superior flavour. The thornless canes are semi-erect and fairly vigorous. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Loch Ness'
£15.50  £13.95
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Blackberry Bush 'Loch Ness'One of the most widely grown varieties of blackberry producing heavy crops of superb quality fruit. The glossy black berries are large (typically 5g or more) and have a very good flavour. A compact variety that is thornless and easy to train. The canes have very good winter hardiness. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Loch Tay'
£15.95Blackberry Bush 'Loch Tay'This new blackberry variety is already very popular with commercial growers and is the preferred variety of the supermarkets, particularly Waitrose. It produces heavy crops of shiny black berries that are large (4.5-5g) and have an excellent flavour. The plant is compact and the canes are thornless and easy to train. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart.Buy Now
Blackberry Bush 'Reuben'
£15.95Blackberry Bush 'Reuben'The world's first primocane blackberry (cropping on first year growth) also happens to produce the biggest, sweetest fruits we have ever seen! With a berry weight of up to 14g, the fruits are twice the size of most other varieties. Sweeter than strawberries and full of juice, the fruits taste fantastic picked fresh from the bush. Because of its primocane habit there is the potential to get two crops every year - a summer crop on the old canes and a later crop on the current season's growth. The bush is compact with an upright habit and can be grown in a large container or in the open ground. It is easy to grow, very reliable and loses its spines as it matures. Plant 75cm (2ft 6in) apart.Buy Now
Loganberry Bush 'LY654'
£15.95  £14.35
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Loganberry Bush 'LY654'This is a natural thornless mutation of the Loganberry, the most popular raspberry x blackberry hybrid berry. The large, succulent fruits are juicy, rich and tangy and are best eaten when dark red in colour. Plant 2.4m (8ft) apart.Buy Now
Patio Raspberry & Blackberry Collection (2 pot grown plants)
£32.00  £28.00
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Patio Raspberry & Blackberry Collection (2 pot grown plants)SAVE £4. Collection consists of 1 x Patio Raspberry 'Ruby Beauty and 1 x Blackberry 'Reuben'. Both varieties can be grown in pots.Buy Now
Tayberry Bush 'Buckingham Tayberry'
£15.95Tayberry Bush 'Buckingham Tayberry'This is a natural thornless mutation of the Tayberry, identical in all other respects. The juicy, dark red fruits are sweeter and more aromatic than a Loganberry. Delicious eaten fresh or used for jams and summer puddings. Produces heavy crops over a long period. Plant 2.4m (8ft) apart.Buy Now
Trailing Blackberry 'Black Cascade'New Product
£9.95Trailing Blackberry 'Black Cascade'The first of its kind, this cascading blackberry is suitable for growing in a patio container or hanging basket. ‘Black Cascade’ produces masses of large, sweet tasting berries on thornless arching stems. Due to its primocane habit (cropping on the one year old cane) it is easy to manage and will crop in it’s first year. We recommend planting one plant per 35-40cm (14-16in) basket, although in the first year, for greater effect you can plant three plants per basket. When fully mature, each plant will produce up to 2.8lbs (1.3kg) of fruit. Height: 30cm (12in). Spread 18in (45cm).Buy Now
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