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Natchez Thornless Blackberry Bush

Rubus hybrid ‘Natchez' (PP# 20891)

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Natchez Thornless Blackberry Bush

Rubus hybrid ‘Natchez' (PP# 20891)

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Botanical Name

Rubus hybrid ‘Natchez' (PP# 20891)

Outdoor Growing zone

6-8

Mature Height

4-5

Mature Width

3-4

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

Blackberries are one of the easiest berry fruits to grow – if it wasn’t for those nasty thorns – so now you can enjoy these berries without shedding blood, by growing the Natchez Thornless Blackberry. Within just one year you will be picking baskets of these sweet, juicy, berries to eat fresh, bake in pies or turn into jams and preserves. Blackberries really are easy to grow and they are very hardy too. They can be grown against a fence or on simple framework with a few wires, and they quickly become a large, productive plant. They can even be grown in pots and boxes on a terrace if you have no garden at all. Everyone loves fresh blackberries and with the Natchez Thornless Blackberry you can enjoy them without the pain.

  • Heavy crops of huge berries
  • Top-quality fruit for eating fresh or cooking
  • Thornless bushes make picking fun
  • Easy to grow in most soils, in sun or partial-shade
  • Simple pruning once a year is all the care needed

Natchez Thornless Blackberries will grow well in almost every kind of soil. The only attention needed for established plants is a simple pruning once a year, and without the thorns this becomes a pleasant task. This plant doesn’t suffer from any serious pests and it is resistant to major diseases. It is moderately drought tolerant and it grows best in moderate climates – zones 6 to 8. With its high sugar content, this is an ideal berry for eating fresh, right from the bush, or for turning into pies, jams and juices. If you are not experienced in growing fruit, this is easy plant to start with, and the results will amaze you.

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