Blackberry bearing variety with less thorns than regular blackberries.
1.) Plant canes 2? apart creating hedgerows that are 10? apart. Dig a hole two times the width of the root ball in good loose garden soil with a pH of 5.8 to 6.5 amending if necessary.
2.) Remove plant from packaging and lightly loosen the bottom of the root ball to release the roots as you set it in place in the hole.
3.) Keep the top of the root ball even with soil surface and fill in around the roots. Lightly tamp dirt around your newly planted raspberry.
4.) Water well and add additional soil if necessary and water again.
5.) Keep weed-free, watered when necessary and pruned regularly to maintain a quality crop. Fertilizer may be applied in early spring before sprouting and again in late May.
5-8 Find your zone
Plant 3'-4' apart, keep the pH at 6.5-6. Soak in water for 2 hours prior to planting and maintain good moisture untill plants are established.
Plants Per Gallon: 1
Storage Temperature Prior to Planting: 38
Cooler Humidity Prior to Planting: High
Soak plants up to 2 hours prior to planting. Set the cane approx 1-2" deeper then they were in the nursery. The soil line around the stem will indicate their nursery depth.
Plant in well-drained soil in full sun. Loosen soil, spread out roots, and plant root so that the top of the root is 1" below the soil line. While not thorn free, this variety has less thorns than regular Blackberries, and resists cane blight.
We have done our best to describe this plant as accurately as possible, however, different climates
and growing conditions in different parts of the country will affect height, bloom time, and color.