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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.

  • $13.99

    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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    $13.99
  • $14.99

    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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    $14.99
  • $19.99

    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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    $19.99
  • $14.99

    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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    $14.99
  • $19.99

    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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    $19.99