no longer available Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) BLACK BUTTE

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

Details and Specifications
Pot growing plant: yes

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Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) BLACK BUTTE

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  • Breeder/Origin: USDA-ARS, USA
  • Product Code: nepredáva sa
  • Availability: no longer available
  • Height of plant when delivery: 70 cm
  • Pot: 2 Liter

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