Rubus fructicosus ‘Chester Thornless’
Common name: Chester Blackberry
Large, juicy black fruits with a slightly elongated shape and a delicate flavour. This prolific berry prefers very sunny gardens to provide fruit from mid-August to the first frosts. Because it has no thorns, it lends itself perfectly to direct consumption.
Sunshine: full sun, partial shade
Dimension (hxw): 2 x 1.5 m
Flowering: 5 weeks
Hardiness: Zone 3
Terms of sale:
No mailing, pickup in May – date to be determined;
No return or refund.