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Apache Thornless Blackberry Plants ship as 2 yr #1 plants bare root
Weather permitting; Blackberries are available for fall beginning mid November. Spring shipping generally begins early March.
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The Apache Blackberry Thornless is a sweet blackberry and an excellent choice for the home garden. This newly released thorn less blackberry variety, Apache Blackberry produces larger blackberry fruit and higher yields than any of the other previously released blackberry cultivars.
Apache Thornless Blackberry ripens 10 days or more later than the Arapaho Blackberry but earlier than Navaho. End of June, early July.
We have selected America's leading grower for berry plants to furnish our berry loving Greenwood Nursery customers. These plants grow in the northern climates for cold hardiness yet produce abundant fruits as far south as planting zone 9.
The Apache Thornless Blackberry fruits are blocky and conical with a very attractive glossy black color. Early reports show Apache Thornless Blackberry's fruit to be larger than Arapaho or Navaho with eating and holding characteristics to be better than Arapaho but not quite as good as Navaho fruit. Canes of Apache Thornless Blackberry are more erect than other thorn less varieties and can be grown without a trellis when primo canes are tipped at 42" to control primo cane length and encourage lateral shoot growth.
Apache Blackberry Thornless Patent #11865
Late Season - Excellent Quality - Cold Hardy - High Yielding.
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