A thornless variety of Blackberry that consistently produces a heavy crop of large, juicy fruit. The new stem growth that will appear from the ground will bear fruit in the following year and the old stems will die in winter.
Wild bees and other pollinators are in decline. This plant is recommended specifically by the RHS as part of the RHS plants for pollinators scheme. This scheme helps gardeners to easily identify plants that encourage bees and pollinators back into the garden.
You can find more plants for pollinators on our designated page here.
njoy fruit and vegetables straight from the garden. Nothing is healthier than freshly picked produce, eaten before the vitamins and natural sugars start to break down. The soft fruits that we sell are self-pollinating, so you only need one to get your first crop of delicious, home grown fruit.
Our plants may be delivered in an infant or dormant state but once exposed to sunlight, they will resume growing. We also recommend using a fertiliser or soil conditioner when repotting or relocating into the garden to help them establish quickly.
|Scientific Name||Rubus fruticosus 'Black Satin'|
|Pot Size||2 L|
|Picking Months||Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct.|
|Growing Conditions||Partial Shade, Sunlight|
|Flowering Months||May, Jun.|