Blackberry Plant (Rubus Triple Crown)
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Vigorous thornless blackberry plants that yield an abundant crop of sweet berries the year after planting.
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What Triple Crown blackberry is an easy to grow deciduous perennial plant that is self-fertile. Triple Crown produces loads of large sweet berries in fact, a well established Triple Crown blackberry plant can yield as much as thirty pounds of berries in a single season! This berry gets even sweeter because Triple Crown is a thornless variety.
Triple Crown blackberry is very cold hardy, surviving winters as cold as -10 Fahrenheit.
Blackberries are nutritional powerhouses! They are among the top ranking fruits for antioxidants and are brimming with omega-3 and -6 fats.
When Plant your live blackberry plant in the spring after the last frost date or in the fall before the first frost date. If you purchased a dormant blackberry plant you can plant it as soon as you receive it during winter months.
Blackberries will peak the last week of July to the first week of August here in USDA zone 6.
Your Triple Crown will begin to bear fruit the year after planting.
Where Blackberry plants need full day sun. Select a site where the soil is high in organic matter, well drained and slightly acidic soil. A soil P.H. of 5.5-6.5 is ideal.
Blackberry plants are hardy in USDA zones 6-9 so please check your location to make sure the plants have a chance of surviving your winters.
How Gradually acclimate your new blackberry plants to their new site over the course of a couple of days and then plant. Do not over water your plant and make certain the soil drains well.