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Blackberry bushes (Rubus fructicosus L. gag)
Did you know that in some areas of the world blackberry bushes have been declared a weed that homeowners and farmers must remove? In those areas, gardeners have to settle for growing specially developed non-invasive blackberries that are usually pretty tasteless. We are so very lucky that here in the US we can grow as many blackberries as we like. Our blackberries are super fragrant and absolutely delicious! And when you shop with us, you can buy mature blackberry bushes at low grower prices — so cheap blackberry bushes for you!
If you want to make the most of being allowed to grow your own tasty blackberries, then check out our awesome range of blackberry bushes. We've got a basic blackberry bush variety and a wild blackberry bush variety. Both are super easy to grow and maintain, and they produce scrumptious blackberries.
Blackberry bushes for zones 4-9
Wondering whether you can grow blackberries in your zone? You can if you garden in zone 4-9. Our blackberry bushes are rated as hardy to those six USDA hardiness zones and when you place an order with us, we’ll go out into the field and select individual blackberry bushes that have become adapted to the climate in your specific garden zone over successive generations. That means you can be confident that the berry bushes you buy from us can not only survive in your zone but also truly thrive.
As blackberries require a period of winter chilling in order to fruit, they're unfortunately not suitable for sub-tropical or tropical areas. If you’re looking to grow berries in those areas, check out our berries for zone 10, which include the dewberry which is similar to a blackberry, and berries for zone 11. We also have a great range of super hardy berry plants that can thrive in zone 3.