California Blackberry, Pacific Blackberry, Trailing Blackberry
In Stock: 0.083 lb (Total:0.083lb)
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Scarification: Soak in hot tap water, let stand in water for 24 hours
Stratification: cold stratify for 90 days
Germination: Surface sow, cover lightly with medium or vermiculite.
Other: Best grown in rich humus soil with medium to moist soil conditions in part shade.|seedlings need shade for their first year
Introducing the Rubus Ursinus California Blackberry, Pacific Blackberry, Trailing Blackberry! This deciduous shrub is a spreader, with prickly branches, and produces sweet, edible fruits that are dark purple to black and up to 2 centimeters in length. It is native to western North America and prefers moist soil and semi-shade or no shade. This blackberry or dewberry shrub is known as the California blackberry and Pacific blackberry and is an ancestor to the loganberry and Boysenberry. In coastal Washington, they are called "little wild blackberries" and are a favored fruit for commercial pies at restaurants and bakeries. Try freezing the fruit on cookie sheets for a sweet treat year-round!