Blackberry Thornfree is, guess what, a blackberry plant that have no thorns! This means the canes are easy to train and prune, and can be placed against a wall. The fruits will be ready to harvest in late August to September. The plant has pretty foliage that will provide you with a nice piece of Autumn colour, making it a pleasant addition to any garden. This plant will tolerate poor drainage if it has to.
In Autumn, cut back the stems which have produced the fruit to just above ground level. Then in Spring and Summer secure new stems onto wires. Tidy up any dead shoots in February.
Plant will be supplied as bare root.