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DeGroot Blackberry Chester, 1 Plant

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Chester is the most winter hardy of the thornless varieties. It has large, sweet, high-quality berries with good flavor. It is excellent for fresh eating, jams, jellies, and pies. "Chester" is the largest fruiting thornless blackberry grown.

  • Flowers are a light pink and decorative
  • Ripens in August
  • For best results, furnish ample moisture during the growing period and cultivate frequently
  • After the first fruiting season, prune to the ground to allow room for new canes
  • Pruning should be done each spring to keep plants from becoming tangled and to improve their ability to bear
  • Successful growing depends on pruning the plant to 5-6 canes, along with training new canes to stand erect

Specification Description
Brand: DeGroot
Flower Color: Varies
Plant Height: Varies
Plant Type: Perennial
Warranty: Guaranteed to grow for 1 Year
Product Type: Fruit Plants
Hardiness Zones: 5,6,7,8,9
Manufacturer Part Number TSBLCHES
DeGroot Blackberry Chester, 1 Plant is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nice looking berries I bought and planted 3 of these Blackberry plants last year. I followed the planting instructions printed on the package carefully. Noe of the plants grew. A complete DeGroot dud.
Date published: 2018-04-11
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Is this a self pollinator?

Asked by: Grin
They are self-pollinating. However, they will produce more abundantly when planted with another blackberry plant.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-04-12
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