Blackberry plants with no thorns means easy pickin'! No need for multiple varieties for pollination. The blackberry's small native cousin grows throughout much of the US. These blackberry varieties produce large, juicy berries, and they should produce the year after planting. We are pleased to offer both thornless and thorny blackberry plants.
Blackberry plants can grow in poor soil, and readily colonize areas with less than fertile soil. Blackberries will produce the second year after planting. They are relatively pest free, and can be planted in rows and managed on trellises. With a little pruning, our blackberry plants will produce nice, large berries for you. Plants are bareroot, and can be planted like fruit trees, as detailed here. The varieties we carry are: