- Thorn free variety perfect for hedging and allotment planting
- Bee-friendly and pretty pink flowers every spring
- Fruits even when grown with no neighbouring blackberry plants
- Great for cottage or wildlife gardens
- Brings in beneficial pollinating insects like bees
Get delicious blackberries every summer with blackberry Black Satin. Your plant grows freely, making it a great hedge if you have a cottage garden or wildlife garden. it makes a great boundary plant if you have an allotment too. Blackberry Black Satin gives you clusters of fruit on thorn free stems, for comfortable and pain free harvesting.
Being self-fertile blackberry Black Satin needs no neighbouring blackberries for it to flower and fruit successfully. Every spring your plant gives you many pretty pink flowers, attractive to animated pollinating insects like butterflies and bees.
This variety is hardy to UK winters so is a reliable soft fruit plant to have on your plot. We recommend that you prune your plant in autumn. Cut back any stems that are outgrowing their allotted space, as well as any stems that have finished fruiting this year.
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