The Hardy Giant Blackberry Plant produce the largest, sweetest and tastiest blackberries that are adaptable on a wide variety of soils and can withstand extreme cold temperatures too. The annual yield of the Hardy Giant blackberry is very high and of good quality.
Since blackberries grow best in good sunshine, it is best to plant blackberry plants during a more warmer season such as spring or late fall. These plants also tolerate shade, but hardly produce fruit when grown in shade. A regular supply of water is required for good production of sweet, black berries.
Blackberries starts to ripe from the beginning of mid-summer on wards and the ripe fruits can then be eaten fresh, processed, or used in cooking.
Quickly and easily grow your own seedless blackberries in your own back yard raising blackberries is easy when you have the Darrow thornless blackberry variety.
the seedless blackberry plants will grow tall and will adapt to a wide variety of soil and withstand temperatures of -22 degrees F!
The seedless blackberry plants grow upright with strong tall canes that can also serve as a privacy fence. growing the hardy giant blackberry will give you spectacular crops year after year.