Plant blackberry bushes in a sunny position in any well drained soil. Incorporate plenty of well rotted manure or garden compost into the ground prior to planting. When growing blackberry plants, support the stems on a framework of wires stretched between sturdy 1.8m (6') posts, or trained against a trellis or wall.
Details Blackberry ‘LochMaree’ has double pink flowers, making it both ornamental and productive. Its thornfree stems produce an excellent crop of really sweet, juicy berries. Tolerant of most soil conditions, ‘LochMaree’ will produce a good crop if grown in shadier areas of your garden. We currently stock 2 options: Choose from P9 ( 9cm pot ) x 3 plants 2ltr Pot grown x 1
Rubus fruiticosus 'LochMaree' The newest arrival from the impressive Loch series produces an unusual, double pink blossom making it both decorative and productive in the garden. The fruit size is similar to Loch Ness but it crops earlier and the berries have a markedly superior flavour. The thornless canes are semi-erect and fairly vigorous. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart. Season: mid July - late Aug. Available for delivery: all year.