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In Oregon we take great pride in our delicious Blackberries. Bursting with flavor, these superb, delectable berries ripen to perfection in the Willamette Valley and in other regions where temperatures do not fall below minus 10°F. Even in colder areas, you can grow these flavorful berries by protecting them in the winter. Cover them with soil, straw or other insulating material, uncover in the spring, tie to a trellis, and enjoy berries in mid summer!

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Black Diamond Thornless Blackberry

Black Diamond

This new, disease-resistant, thornless variety bears abundant crops of large, firm and juicy berries. Sweet and delicious, Black Diamond berries give you the delectable taste of Marionberry without the thorns.
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$ 9.95 Available in the Spring
Black Satin

Black Satin

If you like Blackberries, this variety is for you. These huge 2” long berries are great for fresh eating, pies, jam and and freezing. An easy-to-grow, vigorous, thornless variety, Black Satin is disease resistant and very productive.
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$ 9.95


One of the mainstays of Oregon's Blackberry industry, Boysenberry is a very large, sweet and flavorful, dark maroon fruit that is great for fresh eating and makes wonderful jam, syrup, pie and cobbler.
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$ 9.95
Chester Thornless


You'll love the flavor and the ease of harvest of this thornless and delicious variety. Chester produces abundant crops of large, high quality berries that ripen from late August until frost. These glossy, jet black berries are great for fresh eating and make tasty pies and smoothies.
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$ 9.95


One of the most popular commercial varieties, Loganberry is prized for its rich and delicious flavor. A thornless cross between a Red Raspberry and Blackberry, this very large, maroon berry makes delicious syrup, preserves and pie.
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$ 9.95 Available in the Spring


The standard by which we judge Blackberries, this very popular variety is named for Oregon's Marion County where it was developed as a cross between Boysenberry and wild Blackberry. Marionberry has the beautiful color and large size of Boysenberry, plus the delectable taste of wild Blackberry. Marionberry ripens in July and makes THE BEST jam and pies.
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$ 9.95


This superior, new, trailing variety is very disease resistant and early ripening. Obsidian produces exceptionally heavy crops of large, delectable berries, which are great for eating fresh and for making delicious preserves.
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Prime-Ark® 45

Prime-Ark® 45

This revolutionary, new, primocane variety bears abundant crops of berries on current season wood. No pruning required, just cut plants to the ground in the fall. From an Arkansas breeding program, Prime Ark® 45 fruit ripens in early to mid-September and is large and sweet with classic Blackberry flavor (PPAF).
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