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Blackberry 'Loch Ness'

This self-fertile British-bred blackberry produces firm, glossy-black, conical fruits on short, upright, thornless canes. 'Loch Ness' is a heavy cropper is capable of producing up to 3.6kg (8lb) of fruit per bush and is perfect for the smaller garden. The fruits can be harvested from mid-August…  More Info

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Blackberry 'Loch Maree'

Blackberry 'Loch Maree' is the first variety to have double pink flowers, making it both decorative and productive. Its thornless stems produce an excellent crop of super sweet, juicy berries. Tolerant of most site and soil conditions, 'Loch Maree' will even produce a reasonable crop if grown in…  More Info

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Blackberry 'Triple Crown'

Blackberry ‘Triple Crown’ is a thornless semi-erect blackberry named after its triple crowning attributes of flavour, productivity, and vigour. It bears consistently heavy yields of very large juicy fruit ripening from July to August in most areas. Height and Spread: 200cm (79”).  More Info

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Lowberry® Blackberry 'Little Black Prince' (Dwarf)

Blackberry 'Little Black Prince' is a new introduction with a dwarf, compact habit. Reaching just 1m tall, it is the perfect size for a pot on the patio, making snacking on its fruits even more convenient. The stems are virtually thornless, making it easier to harvest the large, glossy blackberries  More Info

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Tayberry 'Buckingham'

A cross between a Blackberry and a Raspberry, Tayberry 'Buckingham' produces large, deliciously sweet, aromatic fruits up to 5cm (2) long. The flavoursome fruits are best picked when they have changed from red to deep purple and delicious eaten as a dessert with a touch of cream. Unlike other…  More Info

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Blackberry 'Opal' (Dwarf)

…don?t have the space for one of the large, rambling bushes! Blackberry ?Opal? is a dwarf variety that has a compact habit and is actually perfect for growing in patio containers too! As an added bonus, the stems are virtually thornless which makes picking the delicious bumper harvest that much…  More Info

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Boysenberry

…combine the sweetness of raspberries with that old-fashioned depth of flavour you get from blackberries. They’re delicious eaten fresh or turned into jams and pies. Behaving like a blackberry but thornless, the Boysenberry bears fruit on long canes which can be trained over trellis, arches,…  More Info

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