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Arapaho Blackberry Plants
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Arapaho Blackberry Plants ship as 2 yr #1 bare root plants.
Weather permitting: Blackberries are available for fall shipping beginning mid November. Spring shipping generally begins early March.
We will not ship this plant variety into
Orders shipping to the following states: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT,
NV, OR, UT, WA, and WY are subject to a 20% handling charge due to additional plant preparation and shipping surcharges.
Arapaho Blackberry Plants are a thornless, cold hardy disease resistant blackberry cultivar. The Arapaho Blackberries do not need a trellis and have an excellent sweet flavor. This great thornless blackberry is a new release from the University of Arkansas. Arapaho Blackberry Plants produce blackberry fruits that have an excellent sweet flavor, good size, firm fruit and heavy production.
Arapaho Blackberry ripens two weeks earlier than Navaho and also produces sucker plants which allow the Arapaho Blackberry to quickly establish a solid fruiting hedge row of plants. We believe Arapaho Blackberry is the earliest producing Thornless Blackberry in existence. Zones: 4-9
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