Grown In The UK.
Rubus Black Satin
Blackberry Black Satin
Common Name: Blackberry Black SatinLatin Name: Rubus fruticosus 'Black Satin'Soil: Any SoilPosition: Full sunFruit picking time: Late July to AugustFruit size/colour: Medium-large/Dark Black fruitBlackberry 'Black Satin' is an excellent new species which bears fruit earlier than any other thornless variety. Expect a flavoursome but sharp fruit around late July-August with a nice display of pink flowers before the stems start to fruit.
Rubus Himalayan Giant
Blackberry Himalayan Giant
Common Name: Blackberry Himalayan Giant Latin Name: Rubus procerus 'Himalayan Giant' Soil: Any Soil Position: Full Sun Fruit picking time: Late August-Late September Fruit size/colour: Very large red/black fruits The' Himalayan Giant' is exceptional for its sheer size and high yield. A variety of coloured fruits are produced which have a slightly acidic taste, they are better for cooking with than eating fresh and make a fantastic blackberry crumble. An excellent choice for anyone looking to cover a large space or to create a large barrier as it is an extremely vigorous grower.
Rubus Merton Thornless
Blackberry Merton Thornless
Common Name: Blackberry Merton ThornlessLatin Name: Rubus fruticosus 'Merton Thornless'Soil: Any SoilPosition: Half ShadeFruit picking time: Late August-Mid SeptemberFruit size/colour: Large good coloured fruitsThe Merton Thornless is an excellent choice for smaller areas. The lack of thorns and shorter canes make the plants easy to maintain, whilst producing an average yield with a very flavoursome fruit. The fruits are fairly large and are sweet and juicy; great for blackberry crumble or equally suited to being eaten fresh.
Rubus Thornless Evergreen
Common Name: Blackberry Thornless EvergreenLatin Name: Rubus Fruticosus Thornless EvergreenSoil: Well drained soilPosition: Full sunFruit picking time: Late August-Mid SeptemberFruit size/colour: Large good coloured fruitsAn extremely hardy variety which produces high yields of great tasting fruits. This is a thornless variety making it an ease to maintain and pick fruits when they are ready. A wonder to have in your garden.
Rubus ursinus x idaeus
Common Name: Boysenberry ThornlessLatin Name: Rubus Ursinus x idaeusSoil: Any soilsPosition: Open Sunny or slightly shaded spotFruit picking time: July-AugustFruit size/colour: Medium sized dark wine coloured fruitsThe Boysenberry is a fruit very similar to the wild blackberry. The thornless characteristics mean these plants are easy to maintain and pick when fruiting. The dark wine coloured fruits have an excellent taste and highly known for their uses in jams, preserves and syrups.