no longer available Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) LOCH NESS

Very popular variety of thornless blackberry, bred in Scotland SCRI (Scottish Crop Research Institute 1988). Their basic advantages are high yield and very good fruit quality.

Origin: complex hybrid consisting of North American tetraploids + SCRI plant breeding material (Scottish Crop Research Institute 1988)
Picking season: early July
Fruit size: large, 6 - 8 g, with regular irrigation 10 g or more
Taste: when fully ripe sweet, not too acidic as other blackberry varieties
Vigour: medium strong, half-erect shoots need support, without thorns
Cold hardiness: very good
Suitable for organic or no-spray culture: yes
General disease-resistance: excellent

Details and Specifications
Pot growing plant:yes

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Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) LOCH NESS

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