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Blackberries

Rubus species

Traditional breeders have been working with the rubus family of cane fruits (which includes blackberry and raspberry) since the late 1800's. There have been many amazing crosses created; we offer both old favorites and new, improved introductions. Our selections are easy to grow and also self-fertile. They produce reliably large loads of fruit for decades and they have delicious differences in flavor. Not only that, but we have many varieties without thorns!

Blackberries are prohibited to HI.

  • Berries/ Rasp & Black
    $3.95

    Berries/ Rasp & Black

    by Louise Riotte, 31 pages. This Storey booklet shows the backyard gardener how to plant, care for and trellis rasp and blackberries. In all the St...

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    $3.95
  • Cascade Blackberry
    $11.99

    Cascade Blackberry

    Rubus ursinus x loganberry 'Cascade' Originally introduced in 1940, this was an exciting cross between the highly flavorful but very small NW Nativ...

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    $11.99
  • Chester Blackberry
    $9.50

    Chester Blackberry

    To extend the harvest, plant Chester, which starts its huge production right when Triple Crown leaves off. Very large, flavorful berries start ripe...

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    $9.50
  • Bushel and Berry® Baby Cakes®  Thornless Blackerry
    $39.99

    Bushel and Berry® Baby Cakes® Thornless Blackerry

    Rubus x 'APF-236T' Finally you can grow flavorful thornless blackberries in a pot without a trellis! Baby Cakes ®, a new introduction, is a dwarf, ...

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    $39.99
  • Hall's Beauty Blackberry
    $11.99

    Hall's Beauty Blackberry

    Rubus x 'Hall's Beauty' Large, double flowers on a thornless trailing floricane blackberry? She's a beauty, all right - Hall's Beauty, that is! The...

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    $11.99
  • Boysenberry
    $11.99

    Boysenberry

    Rubus ursinus × R. idaeus Boysenberry, probably created by Rudolph Boysen and certainly popularized by Knott's Berry Farm, is a complex cross betwe...

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    $11.99
  • Wild Treasure Thornless Trailing Blackberry
    $11.99

    Wild Treasure Thornless Trailing Blackberry

    Rubus ursinus 'Wild Treasure' (formerly ORUS 1843-3) The wild meets the thornless! An incredible find for the backyard gardener. Oregon State Unive...

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    $11.99
  • Cascade Trailing Blackberry
    $11.99

    Cascade Trailing Blackberry

    Rubus ursinus Every summer from Alaska to Northern California, fruit lovers "in the know" pick (and trip over) our sweet, especially tasty, native...

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    $11.99
  • Osage Thornless Blackberry
    $11.99

    Osage Thornless Blackberry

    Rubus fruticosus 'Osage' Osage blackberry is the 13th cultivar of thornless blackberry to come out the University of Arkansas, Division of Agricult...

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    $11.99
  • Columbia Giant Thornless Blackberry
    $11.99

    Columbia Giant Thornless Blackberry

    Rubus subg. Rubus Watson 'Columbia Giant' When we say Columbia Giant, we're not kidding! Enjoy bountiful crops of the largest-ever, thornless black...

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    $11.99
  • Loch Ness Thornless Blackberry
    $11.99

    Loch Ness Thornless Blackberry

    Rubus fruticosus 'Loch Ness'Try this new, richly sweet/tart, thornless Scottish blackberry for its monstrously large, shiny black fruit and better ...

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    $11.99
  • Columbia Star Thornless Blackberry
    $11.99

    Columbia Star Thornless Blackberry

    Rubus subg. Rubus Watson 'Columbia Star' Columbia Star, released in 2014, is a vigorous, thornless, trailing blackberry. It has superior flavor, la...

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    $11.99
  • Marionberry
    $11.99

    Marionberry

    Rubus L. subgenus Rubus Although thorny, Marionberry has such an incredible, rich flavor that many people prefer it to any other berry for eating o...

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    $11.99
  • Thornless Loganberry
    $9.99

    Thornless Loganberry

    The thornless Logan is thought to be a wild cross between a blackberry and a red raspberry. Plants are only about half as productive as either Mari...

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    $9.99
  • Olympic Berry
    $11.99

    Olympic Berry

    Rubus x loganobaccus ‘Phenomenal’ x leucodermis Once so popular that the Seattle Times called it “the most outstanding berry of the Northwest”, thi...

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    $11.99
  • Prime Ark Freedom Thornless Blackberry
    $11.99

    Prime Ark Freedom Thornless Blackberry

    Rubus x 'Prime Ark Freedom' Now grow thornless blackberries like you do primocane raspberries! Prime Ark Freedom produces prolific, delicious harve...

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    $11.99