Blackberry Himalayan Giant

Blackberry Himalayan Giant

A hugely productive, late-fruiting blackberry, Rubus armeniacus Himalayan Giant is a monster of a plant, and suitable for only the largest gardens. It’s a rambling, very thorny, exceptionally vigorous, deciduous shrub, producing very long canes which need strong supports, but is ideal for making a fruiting windbreak or barrier along a boundary, where it will deter livestock and trespassers alike! Blackberry Himalayan Giant bears enormous crops on canes in their second year, up to 25lb/11kg from a single plant. The fruit is medium-sized, reddish-black and slightly acid, better for culinary rather than dessert use.

Site: Tolerates exposure
Soil: Any soil
Position: Crops best in full sun, but tolerates shade
Pick: Late August – late September
Keep: does not keep
Hardiness: Very hardy
Pollination: Self-fertile
Uses: Cooking, preserving
Height: 15’ (4.5m) Spread: 13’ (4m) if trained

Type | Size: Pot | 9cm
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