Single bare root plant.
Chester is a thornless variety, with large, sweet, high quality berries and good flavor. Excellent for fresh eating, jams, jellies, and pies. Flowers same time as the Hull Blackberry, but ripen about 10 days later. The Chester is most resistant to Cane Blight caused by Botryosphaeria Dothidea. It performs well in the deep South. Will not soften or lose color on hot, sunny days. Ripens in August.
Hardy in Zones 5-7 but could be worth a try in zones 8-9.
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