Originated from a cross of Mutation of Castilla (Andean berry)
Plants are thornless
Bushes have semi-erect canes
Fruit weight is 5 g
Berries have a conical shape
Fruiting habit - floricane fruiting (summer-bearing)
Productivity is 7 kg per plant
Cold hardiness is good
Country of origin - Ecuador
Current status - cultivated (actual)
Semi-upright stems are from 4 to 8 mm in diameter, have cylindrical shape and reddish purple color. Plants are not vigorous, but spreading.
Fruit of Andimora blackberry are medium in size, have averaged weight about 5 g. Typical length of ripe berry is 26 mm, diameter 20 mm. Shape is rounded. Color is black. Unripe berries look like raspberry.
Averaged yields is 7 kg per plant, that is much more than Castillia. Berries have a good sugar concentration and good postharvest potential (more than 7 days), firmness is great. Ripe berries of the Andimora have sweet flavor.