Blackberries, Apache

Blackberries

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  • Gather baskets full of plump, sweet blackberries without encountering a single thorn. Eat them fresh as a topping for pancakes, yogurt or ice cream, or turn them into delicious jams, pies and cobblers. The berries are rich in antioxidants and vitamins C and A.

    Apache: Produces bigger berries, and more of them, than other thornless varieties. Fruits in late June to July.

    Arapaho: The earliest ripening of the thornless blackberries, Arapaho bears large, firm berries with especially small seeds. Fruits in late May to early June.

    Triple Crown:
    This blackberry plant offers great flavor, high yield and exceptional vigor. Its thornless, semitrailing vines are laden with large, firm berries in August, just when other varieties are slowing down.

    • Apache: Zones 4–8; Arapaho and Triple Crown: Zones 5–9
    • Grows 3'–6' high and 3'–5' wide.
    • Suitable for container or ground planting.
    • Requires full sun.
    • Yields approx. 1 lb. of fruit at maturity (1 1/2 to 2 years).
    • Grown in California.
    • Agricultural regulations prohibit shipment to AZ, CA, OR, WA, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.