Eetbare tuin-edible garden: Rubus fruticosus Triple Crown - Blackberry

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Rubus fruticosus Triple Crown or blackberry is a pristine black broom, so pick it up without deflecting sharp thorns. This untidy broom has been from North America since 1985.
This solid winter hard leaf fruit plant grows up to 150/200 cm high and can be pruned too much.
A sunny place guarantees a good harvest! On the soil type, the broom does not make any demands, if in summer it gets some water (do not let it dry out).

In May / June, the Rubus fruticosus Triple Crown flourishes with pink / white colored flowers, and bloom continues to continue quite well until July. This plant is self-pollinating and from June to October you can harvest. First, the blackberries are bright red and are ripe when they are black.

This black broom gets big (over 3 cm diameter) really great tasty and juicy fruits. These blackberries can be eaten, but of course also very suitable for making jam or jam.
The planting distance is approximately 100 cm. Pruning can prune in the winter by biennial wood to the gravel.
The species is not at all sensitive to disease. In winter, the Rubus fruticosus Triple Crown loses her leaf.
Winter hardness zone 4b (-30ºC).


  • Minimum temperature:-30ºC
  • Location:Sunny, half shadow
  • Soil type:No special requirements
  • Water requirement:Light damp
  • Full ground:Yes
  • Tub plant:Yes
  • Flowering period:5-6
  • Origin / habitat:North America
  • Growth rate:Normal
  • Maximum plant height:150/200 cm (good pruning)



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