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BLACKBERRY

Rubus fruticosus L.

OUR RANGE

LOCH TAY

EARLY


Loch Tay is a cultivar obtained in Scotland in 2002 by the Scottish Crop Research Institute using Loch Ness as one of the two parents.

It is the most early ripening blackberry variety (about a week before Loch Ness) and certainly the best in terms of organoleptic characteristics of the fruit, even just picked.

LOCH NESS

MID-EARLY


Loch Ness is currently the modern target variety in the blackberry market, selected in 1987 in Scotland.

With a mid-early ripening season and a excellent production potential, its fruit is characterized by the optimal organoleptic qualities when completely ripe and medium/high size.

CHESTER

LATE


The most hardy blackberry cultivar is certainly Chester Thornless, obtained in 1985 at Southern Illinois University.

With a late ripening period, it allows to extend the harvesting season.

SENZA SPINE

MID-LATE


This is a vigorous variety, with an upright habitus, usually recommended by Berryplant for non-professional growers and garden centers' market.

These characteristics make it a cultivar extremely easy to grow. It has a high production of groud shoots, of large diameter and very productive.

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