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Shawnee Blackberry Plant
Shawnee Blackberry Plant

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The Shawnee blackberry bushes are vigorous and fast growing into upright thorny plants.  This erect blackberry plant is well adapted for growing in most soils and climates of the Eastern United States.  The Shawnee blackberry is unusually large, growing the size of quarters (coins), and the blackberries are loosely attached forming large clusters on the stems that are easy to pick without getting stuck too many times.  The Shawnee blackberries ripen on the bushes during June and July, producing large yields of berries over a 5 week period with huge juicy berries.  These sweetly flavored delicacies are excellent to eat directly off the vines or to take home to eat with cereal or cooking into blackberry pie, blackberry cobbler or jelly.

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Average Rating: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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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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00000 March 19, 2017
Reviewer: Kevin Williams from Turpin, OK United States  
received in good shape

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first appearances February 22, 2017
Reviewer: AC from VA United States  
I was a little concerned at the appearance of the blackberry. The bushes were nothing more than a single stick very dry and brown looking. They did have roots which I guess is what I paid extra for so time will tell.

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