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 -  Thursday, October 07, 2010
triplecrown blackberry
Reviewed By: chuck,patch (smock, pa)
these are as they say very productice,and hardy grow enormious runners ,spread really fast will take over,be prepared to cut them back every season,you are supposed to prune berries every season anyway.the taste is on the sour side for me,wish they produced a sweeter berry,they claim bushes with thorns produce sweeter fruit,i believe it,these produce a heavy crop of berries after first year,
 -  Monday, March 30, 2009
Good this year
Reviewed By: Salena (Princeton, TX)
I ordered these last year, and they tried and tried, but didn't do much. And alas, they didn't come back this year. Gurneys promptly sent a replacement, and the new plants are going crazy!!! We thought we'd have a while before we needed to build them something to climb on, we were wrong, they are growing like crazy!!! We are hoping for berries this year.
 -  Friday, July 31, 2009
WOW!!
Reviewed By: John (Harrison City, PA)
Planted these berries last spring. Had a handful of berries last July but this July.......Looks like there will be blackberry jelly, blackberry pie and blackberry wine all from these six plants. You won't be disappointed, trust me.
 -  Monday, August 10, 2009
Wonderful!!
Reviewed By: Marie (Olathe, Kansas)
I purchased and planted six of these plants three years ago. Five of them died. The one remaining has grown and spread to over 60 feet of blackberry plants growing along my privacy fence. This year we have harvested over 7 gallons of berries. The plants are pretty and thornless and make a great cover for my old fence. The berries and huge and sweet. I've made 9 pints of jam so far and have enough berries to make at least that much more.
 -  Tuesday, July 13, 2010
wow
Reviewed By: lou (monaca, pa)
bought 3 plants last year got my twigs in the mail planted them did not hold out much hope but was very surprised this year they are huge very trainable for shaping much fruit very good it is mid July and still much more ripening on the vines only drawback is I like em fresh the wife likes to make blackberry pie highly recommend buying just don't get discouraged when you see twigs show in the mail they will most likely thrive