Early-ripening floricane-bearing cultivar based on popular commercial variety Silvan

Adrienne is an early floricane-bearing spineless blackberry with vigorous growth and excellent fruit quality. Harvesting potential is very high with the strong canes that are very vigorous for a thornless variety. Trellis are required. Typically starts to ripen a week after Silvan and a week before... read more


Floricane-fruiting mid-summer ripening cultivar from Russia

Agate blackberry variety was bred in Russia.
This variety has an mid-summer ripening period (produces fruit in mid-July), bears fruit on floricanes. The stems are semi-erect, completely thornless. The bushes of Agate are vigorous, but the number of replacement stems is low. Floricanes have a dark... read more


Thorny bramble with high productivity, small juicy fruit and harvest period from mid-August until the autumn frosts

Agawam cultivar is known from the end of XIX century, was found growing in a pasture in Massachusetts. In 1889 the American Pomological Society added the variety to its fruit catalog list. Agawam is still widely grown but it is not commercial variety.
Bushes are medium in size and vigor, have... read more


Early-season ripening large berries with very good sub-acid fruit flavor, high fruit quality with excellent postharvest potential and permanent high yields

This new floricane-fruiting cultivar has thornless canes, larger fruit and higher yields compared to its female parent APF-46. Amanda is lower in fruit acidity and smaller in fruit size than its male parent Natchez. Plants of the Amanda variety are vigorous and prolific and row establishment... read more


First thornless primocane-fruiting blackberry variety from Chile, South America

Blackberry Amara (also known as HFM-2) is thornless primocane-fruiting variety from South America, Chile. This cultivar was bred by Chilean inventors Maria Pilar Banados Ortiz and Alejandra Andrea Salgado Rojas collaboratively with John R. Clark from Arkansas University, United States. The maternal... read more


This blackberry and raspberry hybrid with very flavorful fruits is more productive than Tayberry and Loganberry

Anastasia Wyeberry (group of weyberries) is a cross between eastern and western American wild blackberries with red raspberry hybrids and native species.
These plants are very similar to Tayberries, although Wyeberries are much more productive. The dark-red (or with a purple tint) fruits are very... read more


Productive variety is tolerate to cold and moderate climates with low average temperature

Andimora developed in Ecuador by National Autonomous Institute of Agricultural Research (INIAP) as a mutation of the blackberry Castilla (Andean berry). Variety is tolerate to cold and moderate climates of the highland Andes, where average temperature is from 12 to 17 C. Its main distinctive... read more


Very vigorous erect-growing thornless cultivar with high winter hardiness

Apache is the ninth release in a series of erect-growing, high-quality, productive blackberry cultivars, developed by the University of Arkansas. It is the third thornless, erect cultivar released. Apache has a Navaho as one of the parents. Apache produces larger fruit and higher yields than the... read more


High-quality erect-growing very early ripening cultivar with expanded harvest period

Along-term goal of the University of Arkansas blackberry breeding program has been to develop erect-caned, thornless blackberries that do not require trellis support. The first such cultivar, Navaho, was released from this program in 1988 and quickly became popular with home gardeners and commercial... read more


True wild blackberries flavor, great winter hardiness and high yield of small berries

Ashton Cross has been selected from wild blackberries by Long Ashton Research Station. Blackberry Ashton Cross is thorny, vigorous, high-yielding cultivar with long and thin, but strong stems.
The small to medium-size fruits (2-4 g) are grouped in large clusters. Harvest season starts in mid-to-late... read more


Very sweet fruits from Switzerland thornless erect-growing cultivar

Blackberry cultivar Asterina was bred in Switzerland as a result of a cross between Loch Ness and Chester Thornless. 
This variety is thornless, erect-growing with a moderate level of vigor. Plants of Asterina are generally very healthy, with no particular susceptibility to pests or diseases having... read more


Dwarf thornless primocane-fruiting blackberry for flowerpots, terraces, small home gardens and for decorative purposes

Babycakes (patented as APF-236T) is dwarf thornless primocane-fruiting cultivar from Arkansas. This blackberry easily can grow in flowerpots, terraces, other small places and for decorative purposes.
Plants of Babycakes cultivar are moderately vigorous. Both primocanes and floricanes are erect in... read more


This old American variety has large reddish thorns, but juicy and firm attractive berries

Bailey blackberry cultivar originated from a cross made in 1929, but owing to a lost label, the parentage is not known. It was introduced in the fall of 1950 as suitable new variety for culture in New York state with great fruit crop. Bailey was named in honor of Dr. L. H. Bailey, Horticulturist and... read more


Canadian blackberry cultivar with small fruit have extremely high cold hardiness

Balsors Hardy is superb hardy variety of blackberry from Nova Scotia, Canada.
This is semi-erect, late-ripening, second year fruiting cultivar. Plants are not extensive but vigorous. Starts to bloom in the middle of July, harvest season continues from late August to the end of September. Balsors... read more


Very thorny and very vigorous bramble cultivar with excellent winter hardiness

Blackberry Bedford Giant is middle-late fruiting variety that starts the blackberry picking season bearing fruit from late July to August. This variety was bred in Great Britain. Bedford Giant is very vigorous plant, very thorny. Thorns are everywhere, thorns locate even on the back side of the... read more


One of the largest berries from all known today blackberry cultivars, but has low productivity

This not new Oregon's variety demonstrates one of the largest berries from all known today blackberry cultivars. It's fruit are really huge, have uniform cylindrical shape and deep black color. Berries are about 25 mm in diameter and 50 mm long. Some berries weight can achieve more than 20 g... read more


This dwarf primocane-fruiting thornless trailing variety is selected to be cultivated in pots and baskets

Black Cascade is trailing fully thornless variety, selected especially for cultivation in hanging baskets and pots in patio, winter gardens, balcony and terraces. Bushes are compact, has low height and sprawl (typically plants grow to 30 cm in height and 45 cm in width). Black Cascade is dwarf... read more


Thornless commercial trailing cultivar with big fruit

Black Diamond blackberry is a thornless trailing cultivar from United States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service. It is one of three thornless varieties which are being released simultaneously - Black Diamond, Black Pearl and Nightfall.
Black Diamond is thornless, but primocanes... read more


Superb two-season-fruiting blackberry cultivar from University of Arkansas

Black Gem (APF-205T) is one of the primocane-fruiting blackberry cultivar from University of Arkansas, United States.
Black Gem is moderately vigorous and prolific blackberry. Both primocanes and floricanes are erect in growth habit. The plants are fully thornless. Primocane fruit and flowers are... read more


A complement or partial replace for a lot of older thorny and thornless, creeping and erect varieties

Black Jack (CPC-1VB) blackberry was presented as cultivar, which can complement or partial replace a lot of older thorny and thornless, creeping and erect varieties. The main goal of this breeding was obtaining the variety with combination of large fruit size, excellent firmness and sweetness.... read more


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