Single bare root plant.
Thornless Black Satin was released on the East Coast. It is USDA tested. Large, firm, glossy black berries, with heavy yields. Black Satin has a sweet flavor and excellent quality for jams, jellies, fresh eating and pastries.This plant is semi erect, with thornless vines that do not give rise to the occasional sticky cane like so many of the other thornless blackberry types. Black Satin is highly resistant to Septoria Leaf Spot and Anthracnose. Also mildew tolerant. Black Satin grows well in the Pacific Northwest and is winter hardy in the Midwest and South. It ripens in July.
Hardy to approximately -15F and in zones 5-9.
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