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Triple Crown Blackberry

Rubus fruticosus 'Triple Crown'

Improved variety of thorness blackberry

  • Longer harvest season, up to a full month
  • Larger & sweeter blackberries than you'll find in stores
  • Perfect for planting in-ground or in containers
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Large, Sweet, Blackberries Perfect For Home Growing

The Triple Crown Blackberry is a new and improved blackberry variety that’s quickly rising to the top as the most popular type of blackberry to grow at home.

Triple Crown Blackberries are thornless and pump out tons of enormous, savory berries that you can pick without the burden of getting pricked by thorns.

With the Triple Crown Blackberry harvest season lasting for an entire month you will have berries all year. Every time you check on your plant, you’ll find new fresh blackberries ready to be picked late in the summer.

You will have more than enough blackberries to share with your family and friends, and they will be amazed by the fact that your homegrown berries are larger and sweeter than varieties found in local grocery stores.

Mouth watering, savory Triple Crown Blackberries are one the sweetest and juiciest varieties available. They’re perfect for an all-natural, organic snack and for making jams and pies. Their rich flavor will have your recipes tasting better than ever.

Best of all, you can grow Triple Crown Blackberries with little to no maintenance. This semi erect blackberry variety doesn’t need a trellis to thrive, and can tolerate heat and humidity that other varieties can’t handle.

Triple Crown Blackberries don’t make a fuss. They will thrive if planted in the ground or in a container. If your area gets too cold for this blackberry variety, keep it in a container and bring it indoors during the winter.

When the warm weather returns you’ll have beautiful white flowers in the early summer that turn into endless supply of delicious blackberries around August.

The Triple Crown Blackberry is selling out fast. Be sure to order yours today, before they are all gone.

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Product Details

    Mature Height:4-5 ft.
    Mature Width:3-4 ft.
    Sunlight:Full Sun
    Growth Rate:Fast
    Year to Bear:Can Fruit the 1st Year!
    Botanical Name:Rubus fruticosus 'Triple Crown'
    Does Not Ship To:AZ,OR
    Grows Well In Zones:5-9 outdoors
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    Growing Zones: 5-9 outdoors

    (hardy down to -10℉)

    Customer Reviews & Photos

    4.7

    Based on 154 reviews

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    Rebecca
    5/29/2024

    Fast grower!

    I purchased this bush back in March 2024 and It is currently end of May 2024 as I write this. I planted this in a large planter with citrus soil. Since planting it has shot up to 4 ft tall and has about 20 berries that should be ready in the next few weeks. It loves the Texas heat and humidity. I am very happy about this purchase.

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    Steven H.
    4/29/2024
    Verified Buyer

    Plant was packaged well, and

    Plant was packaged well, and arrived fast. It's still early, but plant seems to be thriving.

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    William F.
    4/27/2024
    Verified Buyer

    Excellent

    Came as promised in great shape

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    Leslie
    3/25/2024
    Verified Buyer

    Waiting to be planted

    Waiting to be planted

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    Susan
    3/20/2024
    Verified Buyer

    One arrived in excellent condition,

    One arrived in excellent condition, the other looks like it might have had the top broken off. However, it is planted and I'm looking forward to it sprouting out.

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