Buy Blackberry Plants

If you are looking to plant an edible that is low maintaince and heavy producing, our blackberry plants for sale are a great option. Blackberries are available in thorned and thornless varieties as well as hybrids. Willis Orchard Company offers eight blackberry varieties of these berry plants for sale, as well as three hybrids, thorny and thornless varieties. Blackberries are a member of the Rubus family along with raspberries. Some blackberry varieties grow on erect canes and do not need any support while others are semi-erect and will need trellising.

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Various Hybrid Blackberry Plants

Austin Dewberry Plant
Austin Dewberry Plant

Starting at $5.95
Zones: 4-9

Nectar Boysenberry Plant
Nectar Boysenberry Plant

Starting at $4.95
Zones: 5-9

Tayberry
Tayberry

Starting at $14.95
Zones: 5-8

Thorny Blackberry Plants

Black Butte Blackberry Plant
Black Butte Blackberry Plant

Starting at $5.95
Zones: 6-10

Brazos Blackberry Plant
Brazos Blackberry Plant

Starting at $5.95
Zones: 6-9

Cherokee Blackberry Plant
Cherokee Blackberry Plant

Starting at $5.95
Zones: 5-9

Kiowa Blackberry
Kiowa Blackberry

Starting at $5.95
Zones: 5-9

Thornless Blackberry Plants

Apache Blackberry Plant
Apache Blackberry Plant

Starting at $4.95
Zones: 6-10

Black Satin Blackberry Plant
Black Satin Blackberry Plant

Starting at $4.95
Zones: 6-9

Natchez Thornless Blackberry Plant
Natchez Thornless Blackberry Plant

Starting at $4.95
Zones: 4-9

Navajo Blackberry Plant
Navajo Blackberry Plant

Starting at $4.95
Zones: 6-10



If well maintained, a single blackberry plant can produce for 15-20 years. Keep in mind, blackberries are vigerous growers and will form thickets if not maintained. First year canes can be left unpruned, but second year and older canes need to be pruned back to 40-48 inches. Prune all lateral branches back to 12-18 inches and canes should be spaced a minimal 6 inches apart.

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