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Blackberry Plants

Blackberries are wonderfully easy to grow and these delicious heavy-cropping varieties are perfect for pies, crumbles and even a Kir Royale. Read on for more tips on choosing, growing and caring for your blackberry plants.

Choose your Blackberry plants

For smaller spaces, a compact blackberry variety like Waldo or Loch Ness will yield great results and as an added bonus, they’re thornless. All of our varieties have been selected for their sweet, rich flavour but for the biggest crop, choose the twice-life-sized Black Butte, which produces kilograms of fruit each summer - get the jam pan ready!

Where to grow Blackberry plants

Blackberries will famously grow anywhere, but for the best results choose a sunny spot in your garden with well drained soil and plenty of support for the rambling stems to twine around - a wall or fence is perfect. You can even grow a compact variety like Waldo in containers.

Blackberry plant care tips

Blackberry plants need very little care - just regular watering and weeding. They thrive on the UK’s summer climate of warm days and cool nights, and produce fruit from the first year. To get the best out of your blackberry plants and get tips on growing, supporting and harvesting them, see our Full Care Guide.

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Loch Ness' Blackberry Plants
1 option from £15.00

Award winning variety with the most excellent flavour

  • Prized for its intense flavour
  • Reliable, compact and heavy cropping
  • Thornless, making harvesting and pruning less painful
  • Self fertile and happy in partial shade as well as sun
Waldo Blackberry Plants
1 option from from £15.00

A fantastic, compact Blackberry with impressively large fruit

  • Compact, thornless variety, perfect for small spaces
  • Can even been grown in a container
  • Produces one of the largest Blackberries you are likely to find
  • Flavour really is stunning too
Black Butte Blackberry Plants
1 option from £15.00

A Blackberry so large you may well need a knife and fork to eat eat!

  • Twice the size of your average Blackberries
  • Packed full of rich, sweet flavour
  • Expect to see several kilograms of fruit each summer
  • Self fertile and happy in partial shade as well as sun

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