***NOT TO TAS, WA, NT*** Large, very sweet, clusters of fruit slightly less tart than other blackberry varieties leading up to maturity. High yields
***NOT TO TAS, WA, NT*** Large, plump, dusty, dark purple coloured berries with excellent flavour produced on strong growing, trailing vines. Origin
***NOT TO TAS, WA, NT*** Heirloom dating back to 1881. Thornless variety. Originally a cross between the Aughinbaugh Blackberry and the Red Antwerp
***NOT TO TAS, WA, NT*** Originating in Scotland. Heavy yields of long, thin, reddish coloured fruit. Eat fresh or in jams, jellies and desserts.
***NOT TO TAS, WA, NT*** (Rubus ursinus) Vigorous trailing vine with sweet, juicy, deep purple - almost black - fruit. May be eaten fresh from the
SOLD OUT UNTIL JUN 2021 ***NOT TO TAS, WA, NT*** Originally a cross between the American Dewberry and the Blackberry and first propagated by Mr Young
This simple device offers uniquely designed wired combs for combing off the fruit, especially berries situated amongst thorns. It is easy to hold in
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