Plant Specification: -
Product Name: Thornless Imported Hybrid Blackberries Plant
- Plant Size: 2-3 ft
- Fruit-bearing Time: Within 1 year, inshaAllah
- Price: 5000Rs
These Thornless Imported Hybrid Blackberries are specially selected for their sweet and juicy berries, offering a delightful treat for your taste buds. Our plants are meticulously cared for, ensuring optimal growth and productivity. To cultivate these plants, follow our detailed plantation guidelines, which include suitable soil conditions, watering techniques, and maintenance tips. We aim to equip you with the knowledge to create a thriving garden filled with luscious Blackberries. Don't miss out on the opportunity to enjoy the delicious fruits of your labor. Order your Thornless Imported Hybrid Blackberries plant from Plantroops today and experience the joy of growing your own berries!
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Care of BlackBerry Plant:
Once the bushes are established, there is very little blackberry plant care needed. Water regularly; provide an inch (2.5 cm.) of water per week depending upon weather conditions. Allow 3-4 new canes per plant to grow to the top of the training wire or trellis. Keep the area around the plants free of weeds. In the first year of growing blackberry bushes, expect to have a small batch of fruit and a full harvest in the second year. After you see ripened fruit, try picking blackberries every three to six days. This prevents the birds from getting the berries before you do. Once the fruit has been harvested, prune out the fruiting canes which will not produce again. Fertilize new plants once new growth appears with a complete fertilizer such as 10-10-10 in the first year. Established plants should be fertilized before new spring growth emerges.