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*Final Sale. No warranty or replacement policies on trees and plants purchased at clearance sale pricing.

Blackberries (Rubus fruiticosus)
Although wild blackberries are common they tend to be small and seedy. Of the numerous cultivated varieties that have been developed, only a few will tolerate our Canadian winters. All blackberries adore intense sun, heat and humidity, so even though we offer the hardiest varieties, they desire a sunny site and will benefit from winter protection. Another thing to consider–the blackberry plant itself is actually a medicinal herb. The leaves and even the roots have proven to be very beneficial for treating a host of human ailments.

Canes are bareroot

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