Semi-upright, vigorous, thornless blackberry variety with large fruits and regular high yields. One of the most frost-resistant blackberry varieties for commercial cultivation. Recommended as an excellent attractant and source of nectar for bees and other beneficial insects.
Origin: discovered accidentally as a thornless blackberry mutation in Illinois, USA
Vigour: strong, semi-upright, thornless
Fruit: berries large, firm, ruby red at the beginning, beautiful velvety black color when fully ripe with an excellent sweet, slightly sour taste and aroma. They are ideal for making homemade cakes as well as for fresh consumption. The fruits are easy to pick and stay fresh for a long time.
Harvest season: from mid-July to the end of August
Yield: regular, high, requires support due to crop overload
Disease resistance: no susceptibility to pests or diseases has been observed
Frost resistance: high
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