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Cherokee Blackberry Plant
Cherokee Blackberry Plant



 

The Cherokee blackberry bushes are erect, and the densely leafed plants are fast growers that can send up blackberry canes 4 feet tall, and that makes harvesting the berries much easier.  The thorns are sharp, but the flavor of the Cherokee blackberries, and the size of the harvest, makes it worth picking the crop.  The plants flower in March, and the berries are ready to eat in late May.

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Many dead blackberry plants July 16, 2018
Reviewer: John Elwood from Andover, NJ United States  
I ordered 37 blackberries of three varieties this year. Upon arrival, I planted them promptly in well-drained, improved soil. While I didn't see emergent growth on many for a while, I held off from judgment to let delayed shoots appear. Some did. No I can give a true count. Cherokee: 4 dead of 12 planted; Shawnee: 10 dead of 15 planed; Comanche: 6 dead of 12 planted.

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