Floricane-fruiting commercial early-ripening thornless variety, which is popular in many areas

Loch Tay is a cultivar developed by Scottish Crop Research Institute (now the James Hutton Institute) in Dundee, using Loch Ness as one of the parents of this variety. Given an Award of Garden Merit (AGM) by the RHS in 2015. Well suited to smaller and medium sized gardens because it has a medium... read more

Early-ripening prickles-free hybrid variety from red raspberry and blackberry

Loganberry, originated from California, US, came on the market as a thornless mutation of the old thorny Loganberry (cross between raspberry and a lot of blackberry varieties) in the 1930s.
These plants are fully thornless. Bushes usually produce from eight to ten stems up to 3m in length and not... read more

World's first compact autumn primocane-fruiting blackberry variety

Lowberry Blackberry Little Black Prince cultivar was introduced by Lubera AG from Switzerland as the world's first compact autumn blackberry. The Lowberry Little Black Prince is a breakthrough in the breeding of blackberries for gardens and terraces (patios) - it is thornless, it does not need a... read more

Very old American variety with pretty shiny black-purple berries, known from 1875

Lucretia blackberry produces shiny black-puple berries on vigorous bushes. It is one of the oldest American varieties (known from 1875). 
The early summer flowers (Lucretia blooms in the mid-June) make this plant a beautiful addition to the landscape. Dewberry Lucretia gives ripe berries from late... read more

An artificial mutation (using radiation exposure) from Korean variety Black V Three

Blackberry Maple is variety from the Republic of Korea, received it's name by the shape of the leaves, which are long and splattered similar to the shape of the maple tree's leaf. This is artificial mutation (using radiation exposure) from other Korean variety Black V Three.
Blackberry variety Maple... read more

One of the most famous trailing blackberry cultivars in the world

Blackberry Marion is a thorny trailing cultivar from Oregon, which was intended to expand the blackberry's industry in the middle of XX century. It was presented in 1957. In those years the most widely frown blackberry varieties were Thornless Evergreen and Boysen. The Thornless Evergreen was... read more

Ultra early-ripening moderately thorny primocane-only fruiting blackberry cultivar

John R. Clark, the prominent breeder from the University of Arkansas selected the Mary Carmen (APF-122) blackberry as a primocane-fruiting cultivar. The female parent of Mary Carmen is Prime-Ark 45.
Canes that emerge in the spring during the first period of vegetative growth produce flower and fruit... read more

Commercial thornless trailing variety with uniformed fruit and excellent aroma

Merton Thornless has been launched by John Innes Institute (United Kingdom) in 1941 year as first commercial mid-to-late season trailing thornless variety.
Fruits are produced on the previous year’s stems. The main distinctive feature of this variety were medium to large sized fruit and excellent... read more

Thorny trailing blackberry variety with medium-sized, firm, uniform shaped berries from Oregon

Metolius is a thorny trailing blackberry variety from Oregon, Unites States. Metolius was selected from a cross between Douglass and Kotata cultivars.
Plants are not large, but vigorous. It is early ripening cultivar with medium-sized, firm, uniform shaped berries and very good yields of excellent... read more

Europe commercial cultivar for large fresh fruit production

Midnight is a new blackberry plant selected for commercial fresh fruit production. Variety was discovered by the Johannes Adrianus Petrus de Jongh as a chance seedling in spring of 2016 amongst seedlings that were grown from an unnamed blackberry plant in Etten-Leur, The Netherlands. Asexual... read more

Chinese thornless, floricane-fruiting semi-erect blackberry variety with high yield

Mizao is thornless, floricane-fruiting semi-erect blackberry variety with high yield. Ripens in early season. Origin is Institute of Botany, Jiangsu Province and Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. The pedigree include Kiowa blackberry and Hull Thornless cultivars. Fruits are medium-large, has round... read more

New early-ripening thorny primocane-bearing cultivar with high crops

MM01 is a primocane blackberry variety with a moderately to heavy fruit size and a very early primocane fruiting season. The main characteristics of MM01 include very small thorns (significantly less than those of the Kiowa and Reuben) and a strong plant vigor with good adaptability to multiple... read more

Erect-growing, high quality, productive, very early-ripening, floricane-fruiting blackberry

Natchez is the twelfth release in a series of erect-growing, high-quality, productive, early-ripening, floricane-fruiting blackberry. The original plant was selected in 2001 from a seedling field at the University of Arkansas Fruit Research Station. Natchez is great to perform in commercial shipping... read more

First worldwide-known erect, self-fruitful, completely thornless blackberry cultivar

Navaho was the first worldwide-known erect, self-fruitful, completely thornless blackberry cultivar. Bushes are very vigorous and erect, does not require support. Canes height is up to 2 m. Fruit is produced on two-year-old canes (previous season's growth).
Bushes have clusters of pinkish-white,... read more

Fully thornless and robust erect-growing unpretentious cultivar, selected from American Navaho variety

Navaho Big And Early is late-ripening floricane-bearing variety, selected by Lubera AG from original Navaho cultivar. This fully thornless and robust unpretentious plant is vigorous like parent Navaho, and has 3-5 very upright strong stems, doesn't need a trellis. Typical stems length is 1,5-2 m.... read more

Fully thornless erect-growing cultivar with long period of harvesting and high yield

Navaho Summerlong is a floricane-fruiting thornless blackberry variety, made by Lubera AG with Navaho and Loch Ness crossing. Stems are not too long, about 1,5-2 m in length, erect.
The flowers are very nice and attractive, slightly pink at first but opening up to pure white.
Fruit production begins... read more

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... read more

Negrita is an old, productive, early blackberry variety from Brazil

Negrita - an old, productive, early blackberry variety (in South hemisphere). It was selected by Embrapa Clima Temperado in 1983. Negrita has large and numerous thorns. Canes are upright, only needs a wire to hold it in place wire.
Fruits of Negrita have a sour taste and consistency.

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 blackberries. This variety of blackberry is... read more

Vigorous and high-yielding cultivar with excellent quality, large, deep purple fruit

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... read more