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Suggested number Plants for Family of Four: 5-10
This variety is highly recommended for the home gardener.
Stems are pruned back to one foot to make shipping manageable, and to make it easier for the customer to handle the plant during planting. This also makes it easier to plant visibly straight rows.
Shrub or cane, perennial, native to Eastern N. America from Nova Scotia to Ontario, New York, Virginia and North/South Carolina. Blackberry Rubus allegheniensis Other Names: Allegheny Blackberry, American Blackberry, Bly, Bramble, Bramble-Kite, Brambleberry, Brameberry, Brummel
Blackberry is easily grown in sun or semi-shade.
Plants have biennial stems, they produce a number of new stems from the perennial rootstock each year.
Leaves are light green, serrate and palmate with 3 to five leaflets or fingers, the main vein on the back of each leaflet has thorns, so does the stems. The flowers are white, five petaled and bloom in April and May.
Fruit is usually ripe in late June through July. Gather edible fruit when ripe, can be frozen or canned for later use. Gather leaves and roots of young (first year) cane, dry for later herb use.
Pick berries that come off the bush easily. These are the ripest and tastiest. Eat as is, add to cereal, drinks, pies, cakes, fruit sauces, or fruit salads. Try creating your own blackberry recipes.