Blackberries
Rubus spp.
Bursting with flavor, our delicious Oregon Blackberries are easy to grow in the Pacific Northwest and in other regions with mild winters. Even in colder areas, they can be grown by covering them in the winter with soil, straw or other insulating material. Our Blackberries are self-fertile and hardy to minus 10°F.
Black Satin
Rubus hybrid
Black Satin’s huge,2” long berries are great for fresh eating, pies, jam and and freezing. An easy-to-grow, vigorous, thornless variety, Black Satin is disease resistant and very productive. 7913
Boysenberry
Rubus spp.
One of the mainstays of Oregon’s Blackberry industry, Boysenberry is a very large, sweet and flavorful, dark maroon fruit that is great for fresh eating and makes wonderful jam, syrup, pie and cobbler. 7915
Chester
Rubus spp.
Chester features abundant crops of large, flavorful berries that ripen from late August until frost. These glossy, jet black berries are great for fresh eating and make tasty pies and smoothies. 7920
Loganberry
Rubus spp.
A popular commercial variety, Loganberry is prized for its rich and delicious flavor. A thornless cross between a Red Raspberry and Blackberry, this very large, maroon berry makes delicious syrup, preserves and pie. 7925
Marionberry
Rubus hybrid
This very popular variety is the standard for flavor in our region. A hybrid of Boysenberry and wild Blackberry. Marionberry has the beautiful color, large size and delectable taste of its parents. 7927
Obsidian
Rubus spp.
This superior variety is very disease resistant and early ripening. Obsidian produces exceptionally heavy crops of large, delectable berries, which are great for eating fresh and for making delicious preserves. 7935
Prime-Ark® 45
Rubus spp.
A new way to grow Blackberries, this primocane variety bears abundant crops of berries on current season wood. Pruning is not necessary as plants can be cut to the ground in the fall. Prime-Ark®45 fruit ripens in early to mid-September and is large and sweet with classic Blackberry flavor (PPAF). 7937
Tayberry
Rubus spp.
From Scotland, this delicious cross of Loganberry and Black Raspberry bears abundant crops of very large, reddish-black berries, great for preserves and for topping ice cream and yogurt. 7955
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