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Wild Treasure

[7962]

$ 9.95 Back Ordered

Discover this jewel in your own garden! Created at the USDA Research Station in Corvallis, Oregon, this new, thornless variety is a cross of Dewberry and thornless Blackberry. Prized for its abundant crops of sweet and exceptionally flavorful fruit, Wild Treasure is easy to grow and disease resistant.

Latin Name:Rubus hybrid

Site and Soil:Blackberries like 1/2 day to full sun and well-drained soil.

Pollination Requirements:Blackberries are self-fertile.

Hardiness:Blackberries are hardy to minus 10°F.

Bearing Age:1-2 years after planting.

Size at Maturity:6 ft. in height on trellis.

Ripening Time:July

Yield:10-15 lbs.

Pests & Diseases:Blackberries do not suffer from significant pest or disease problems.

USDA Zone:6

Sunset Western Zone:2-24

Sunset Northeast Zone:31, 32, 34-41

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