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Doyle’s Thornless Blackberry

$20.00

Doyle’s Thornless Blackberry Plant, Save buy one of ours or 10 others

VOLUME PRICING

1 – 9 $20.00 Each + Shipping
10 – 19 $17.50 Each + Shipping
20 – 39 $17.50 Each + Free Shipping
40 – 79 $15.00 Each + Free Shipping
80 – 99 $13.50 Each + Free Shipping
100 – 499 $12.75 Each + Free Shipping
500 – 100,000 $12.25 Each + Free Shipping
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Thornless Blackberries

The Doyle’s Thornless Blackberry® is not new at all, ours is 40 years old, older than most Thornless blackberry plants sold today. The original plant is still producing gallons and gallons of sweet juicy berries! If you are looking for Thornless Blackberries for sale, Doyle’s is the perfect product!

Thornless blackberries are a gardener’s dream. Full delicious berries and graced by lovely flowers and foliage, they lack the two terrors of blackberry growing: there are no piercing thorns and they are not invasive. The thornless blackberries have a wide range. Blackberries do require some seasonality (about 250 chill hours) so a tropical climate is not for these. Our thornless berries go through zero digits with ease, and have survived -25. We do recommend covering the plant with 6 mil clear or white plastic when temperatures go below minus 20.

Blackberry Production

Nearly all popular varieties yield far less than the Doyle’s Thornless Blackberry®. The average is about 1 to 20 quarts per plant. Some may produce a gallon, which is not even close to our production. This amazing plant yields 10 to 20 gallons per plant, that 1 to 2 bushels! Many dwarf fruit trees don’t produce this much fruit.

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Before one can truly understand the Doyle’s Thornless Blackberry® it is necessary to understand the ordinary berries, and maybe you have some of them now. Thornless blackberries are a gardener’s dream. Full delicious berries and graced by lovely flowers, foliage, and lack the two terrors of blackberry growing: there are no piercing thorns and they are not invasive.