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Blackberry plants are self-fertile and will have good fruit production on their own. However, if a second variety is planted nearby, they will have heavier fruit production. Upright blackberry plants should be planted 3 to 5 feet apart in full sun. Plant in soil with a pH level of 6.0 to 6.5 with the crown (where the root system begins) no more than 1/2 inch below the ground's surface. New growth during the first year planted will be the canes that produce flowers and fruit the following growing season. Blackberry plants generally begin producing fruit within 2 to 3 years.


Planting Care for Blackberry and Raspberry
All blackberry and raspberry plants are self-fertile and will have good fruit production on their own. However, if a second variety is planted nearby, they will have heavier fruit production.

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