Arkansas Berry & Plant Farm

Blackberry Plants


Thornless Blackberries

APACHE:

This new release from the U of A has very hardy, upright canes. Very large fruit with excellent flavor.

ARAPAHO (PATENT #8510):

Arapaho fruit has excellent sweet flavor, good size, firm berries and heavy production. We believe that it is one of the earliest blackberries to ripen. Hardy in zones 4-9.

NAVAHO (PATENT# 6679):

Navaho is a very popular variety. Yielding a bumper crop of large, firm, sweet fruit. It establishes itself quickly and shows good heat tolerance as well as cold tolerance. Hardy in zones 6-10.

CHESTER:

Very cold hardy plant. Has medium to large well flavored fruit. Tight compact clusers. Triple Crown, very vigorous, semi-erect cans. Has medium to large firm sweet fruit. New from USDA.

TRIPLE CROWN:

New from USDA. Vigorous vines, produce firm, sweet fruit. Very productive.

Prices:

For 1 year plants


Thorn-Type Blackberries

CHICKASAW

One of the earlies ripening berries. Has very large fruit with great flavor. Upright canes. Also a new release from the U of A.

KIOWA (PATENTED):

Thought to be the biggest blackberry in the world, appears to be very heat tolerant and has flavor similar to Shawnee. Ripens mid to late season(July). Hardy in zones 5-9.

CHEYENNE:

It is rapidly becoming a favorite of the upright thorny types. Berries are large, very sweet and firm. It is one of the more winter hardy varieties. Ripens mid-season. Hardy in zones 5-8.

LAWTON:

Very hardy and vigorous canes. Grows well in most climates. Berries are of medium size and sweet. An old favorite. Ripens mid-season. Hardy in zones 5-8.

Prices:

For 1 year plants


New Blackberries

OUACHITA

A thornless variety from the University of Arkansas. Early ripening, high yielding, excellent fruit quality and flavor.

Prices:

For 1 year plants


Blackberry Root Cuttings

ARAPAHO

NAVAHO

APACHE

Prices:

OUCHITA


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