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Blackberry, edible, early 'Loch'Tay'   /   Rubus fruticosus 'Loch'Tay'

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Edible, early Blackberry 'Loch'Tay' - Rubus Fruticosus Loch'Tay (latin)

Geographical origin: Cross between different Blackberries' varieties
Adult size: Height and spread from 3 to 5m
Foliage: Deciduous
Type of soil: Any, well-drained
Climate: Hardy up to -20°C
Site: Partial shade to full sun

Characteristics and uses:
The Blackberry 'Loch'Tay' is a Blackberry which has an early and particularly long period of harvest: from July to August.
The fruits are big, conical-shaped and they have a sweet, highly aromatic taste.
The canes are thornless. The shape of the plant is semi-erect and robust. The plant is frost resistant and is suitable for growing in altitude.

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