Rubus Fruticosus BLACKBERRY Merton Thornless is a tasty fruit that is easy to grow due to its lack of thorns and compact nature. Suitable for planting in smaller gardens, the result is berries that are medium to large in size with a plentiful crop.
For best yield, plant out 3m/10ft apart in a sunny or half-shaded area that is not overly exposed. Note that this is a hardy plant that is easy to maintain but it may be susceptible to full frost conditions so frost protection is advisable in colder regions.
These are 2 year old plants, in the first season of planting these will concentrate on establishing, although you might see some fruit in this year, it will be the following year that you will see plentiful crop.
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Brand: James McIntyre & Sons
Supplied as: 3 Litre fruit pot by James McIntyre & Sons
Eventual Height: 250cm (98")
Eventual Spread: 700cm (276")
Botanical name: Rubus fruticosus