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(Blackberry)

Among the latest blooming and heaviest bearing of its kind, 'Apache' is an erect thornless deciduous shrub grown for its delicious blackberries. The large glossy jet-black fruits ripen over a 5-week span in early summer on sturdy upright suckering canes. The juicy sweet berries are good fresh, canned, or baked.

This hybrid blackberry likes sun and well drained, humus-rich soil, but may benefit from some shade and a cool summer mulch in hot climates. It flowers and fruits on second-year wood,...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Arapaho Blackberry, Blackberry)

Thornless and heavy-bearing, 'Arapaho' is an erect blackberry grown for its delicious jet black fruits. It's one of the earliest fruiting thornless blackberries, and was bred by James N. Moore of Fayetteville, Arkansas as a hand-pollinated cross between Arkansas Selection 631 and Arkansas Selection 883. The flavorful, firm fruits are medium-sized, black and produced in abundance. In the South, they can begin fruiting as early as late spring.

Full sun is required for best plant growth and fruit...

(Blackberry)

An early-fruiting cultivar bearing large flavorful berries on erect thorny suckering canes, this moderately hardy deciduous shrub is one of many blackberry hybrids developed at the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Produced on second-year canes, the firm jet-black berries appear for several weeks beginning in mid- to late spring. They are excellent fresh, frozen, or in pies and preserves.

Like most blackberries, this cultivar prefers sun and well drained humus-rich...

(Blackberry)

Bearing exceptionally large flavorful berries on vigorous erect moderately thorny canes, this moderately hardy deciduous shrub is one of many blackberry hybrids developed at the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Produced on second-year canes, the firm jet-black berries appear for several weeks beginning in late spring. They are excellent fresh, frozen, or in pies and preserves.

Like most blackberries, this cultivar prefers sun and well drained humus-rich soil,...

(Blackberry)

Bearing bucketfuls of large sweet fruits on erect spiny canes over an exceptionally late and long season, this moderately hardy deciduous shrub is one of many blackberry hybrids developed at the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Produced on second-year canes, the relatively soft, glossy black fruits are excellent fresh or in pies and preserves. They retain their size throughout the late spring to early summer bearing season, rather than becoming smaller as is the...

(Blackberry)

Bearing exceptionally flavorful fruits on erect spiny canes very early in the season, this moderately cold-hardy deciduous shrub is one of many blackberry hybrids developed at the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Produced on second-year canes, the medium-firm jet-black berries appear for several weeks beginning in mid- to late spring. The fruits have relatively small seeds and are excellent fresh, frozen, or in pies and preserves.

Like most blackberries, 'Choctaw'...

(Blackberry)

Bearing large flavorful fruits on erect thorny canes very early in the season, this moderately hardy deciduous shrub is one of many blackberry hybrids developed at the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Produced on second-year canes, the firm jet-black berries appear for several weeks beginning in mid- to late spring. They are excellent fresh, frozen, or in pies and preserves.

Like most blackberries, 'Comanche' prefers sun and well drained humus-rich soil, but...

(Blackberry)

Comprising some 250 species of small to medium-sized, often prickly shrubs, this cosmopolitan genus includes the raspberries, blackberries, and many other valuable culinary and ornamental plants.

Most Rubus bear lobed or divided, deciduous or evergreen leaves on arching, creeping, climbing, or upright stems. The leaves are often maple-shaped (if lobed) or pinnate (if divided). A silver-gray bloom covers the stems of some brambles, giving them a whitewashed appearance. Plants bear...

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James H. Schutte

(Blackberry)

Comprising some 250 species of small to medium-sized, often prickly shrubs, this cosmopolitan genus includes the raspberries, blackberries, and many other valuable culinary and ornamental plants.

Most Rubus bear lobed or divided, deciduous or evergreen leaves on arching, creeping, climbing, or upright stems. The leaves are often maple-shaped (if lobed) or pinnate (if divided). A silver-gray bloom covers the stems of some brambles, giving them a whitewashed appearance. Plants bear...

(Blackberry)

An antique cultivar that is still grown and prized for its exceptionally sweet fruits, 'Lawton' is a hardy hybrid blackberry introduced in New York State around 1850. Produced on thorny, erect, suckering, deciduous plants, the medium-sized berries mature in late spring and early summer. They are preceded by moderately attractive white flowers. They are excellent fresh or in pies and preserves.

Like most blackberries, 'Lawton' prefers sun and well drained humus-rich soil, but may benefit from...