The fruits of the blackberry Black Butte are considered to be the largest blackberries in the world. This new, strongly growing, creeping variety has extremely large, sweet berries with a diameter of 2.5 cm, a length of up to 5 cm and an average weight of 12 g. Berries are very attractive, elongated, firm and uniform. A self-pollinating, completely hardy variety. Recommended as a natural attractant and an excellent source of nectar for bees and other beneficial insects.
Origin: created by crossing varieties ORUS 830-4 x ORUS 728-3 and tested under the designation ORUS 1129-1. It's a hexaploid.
Vigour: creeping, needs support, canes are thorny
Fruit: very large sweet berries, 2.5 cm x 5 cm, up to 12 g. Almost twice the size of other blackberries. The berries are very attractive, elongated, firm and uniform.
Taste: sweet and aromatic
Harvest season: early variety, ripening begins at the end of June, four to six weeks earlier than many other fresh blackberries that appear on the market. The harvest time lasts 6 weeks until the end of August.
Yield: regular, high
Disease resistance: variety grows very healthy and robust, no susceptibility to pests or diseases has been observed
Frost resistance: high
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