Large fruits, more than original Navaho, good taste and fine blackberry aroma

Navaho The Big Easy, selected by Lubera AG, is a good replacement variety for the original widely known Navaho cultivar. Like the original parent of the Navaho blackberry family, The Big Easy has a strong upright thornless stems.
This variety starts to bloom at the middle of June. The large leaves and the large white flowers of this variety are very pleasing. Begins to ripe about 10–14 days later as Navaho Big And Early, at the middle of July.
The black, elongated, slightly conical berries are... read more


Upright plants, characterized by having a creamy white colored fruit with the absence of anthocyanin coloration in the canes and of leaves of the plant

The plants of the Nettleton Creamy White lack the anthocyanin pigmentation (red colored pigments) in the plant canes and leaves and the fruit is of a creamy white color when mature, which is unlike the normal purple coloring found in wild or commercial brambles. This variety of blackberry is similar to other upright varieties of blackberry. After the fruit production season, the second-year canes die off. Nettleton Creamy White is distinguished by its cane and leaf coloring. A light-green... read more


Newberry was introduced as a vigorous and high-yielding cultivar with excellent quality, large, deep purple fruit that appear to be best suited for local fresh market

Newberry (ORUS 1324-1) is a thornless trailing blackberry variety from the Department of Agriculture - Agricultural Research Service breeding program in Corvallis, released in cooperation with the Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station. While selected as a mechanically harvestable berry for the processing market, the fruit has proven to be of particular value as a niche fresh market blackberry where its unique color, appearance, and tendency not to bleed set it apart from other... read more


Commercial trailing blackberry cultivar which, adapted to machine harvesting, has yield and processed fruit quality very similar to world-known blackberry cultivar Marion

Nightfall is a thornless trailing blackberry cultivar from the Department of Agriculture - Agricultural Research Service breeding program in Corvallis, released in cooperation with the Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station and the Washington State University Agricultural Research Center, United States.
Nightfall is adapted to machine harvesting and has yield and processed fruit quality very similar to world-known blackberry cultivar Marion. It is one of three thornless... read more


Chinese variety, selected as replacement or addition for Arapaho, Hull Thornless and Chester

Blackberry variety named Ningzhi 3 was selected and released by the Institute of Botany, Jiangsu Province and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Ningzhi 3 is obtained from a cross of Arapaho and Hull Thornless, and selected from a seedling settlement in 2010 with two following years of replicated and numerous production trials. It is found to be early-ripening, fully thornless is offered as replacement or addition for its parent cultivars Arapaho and Hull Thornless and widely grown variety... read more


Thorny trailing blackberry variety with early ripening, firm, uniform shaped berries and very good yields of excellent quality fresh fruits

Obsidian (ORUS 1369-3) is a thorny trailing blackberry variety from Oregon, Unites States. It is very early ripening plant with medium-sized, firm, uniform shaped berries and very good yields of excellent quality fresh fruits. Plants are large and vigorous. Obsidian is thorny, similar to Marion, but less thorny than Kotata and Metolius. Obsidian cultivar has moderate resistance to different diseases.
The fruit ripening season starts at the end of June, peaks in early July and continues for 14-15... read more


Trailing thorny blackberry cultivar with nice-looking fruit

Onyx is a trailing blackberry variety from the US Department of Agriculture - Agricultural Research Service breeding program.
Onyx is a vigorous, prickly, trailing blackberry that produces good yields of uniform, firm, and sweet high-quality berries with excellent flavor, that are suited for the local and fresh market. The combination of Onyx’s berries size, shape, and firmness makes them well suited for packing in clamshells for the wholesale fresh market.
Onyx variety is later ripening (middle... read more


Thornless erect-growing floricane-fruiting cultivar for commercial processing from Poland

Blackberry Orkan is thornless erect floricane-fruiting cultivar from Experimental Station Of The Institute Of Horticulture, Brzezna, Poland. Orkan is very vigorous plant without substitution stems. Stems are thick and strong, up to 3 m in length. New canes are bright green in color, but soon become hardwood. Strongly recommended to lay the canes on the trellis timely for prevent canes damage. Laterals usually are short. First ripen berries appear at the end of July. Flowers are big, have white... read more


Erect-growing, high-quality, early-ripening productive floricane-fruiting blackberry cultivar with long fruiting period

Osage is the thirteenth release in a series of erect-growing, high-quality, productive floricane-fruiting blackberry cultivars developed by the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture. An enhanced effort in the improvement of flavor in blackberries has been underway in the Arkansas program for a number of years, and Osage was developed with the intention of advancing flavor to a higher level in a thornless blackberry cultivar. Osage ripens mid-early, slightly before Ouachita and just... read more


High fruit quality, consistent high yields, good fruit size and excellent postharvest fruit-handling potential

Ouachita is the eleventh release in a series of erect-growing productive floricane-fruiting thornless blackberry varieties bred by the University of Arkansas. Ouachita has Navaho cultivar in pedigree. Plant was selected in 1993.
Blackberry variety Ouachita produces yield comparable to or higher than Apache or Navaho cultivars. Average berry weight is about 6 g. Average yield is about 3 kg from each healthy plant. Fruit of Ouachita are blocky and conical and very attractive with an exceptional... read more