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Blackberry 'Dirksen' - Rubus fruticosus 'Dirksen' (latin)

Adult dimensions: Height up to 5 m, width up to 5 m.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Type of soil: Rich and cool. Avoid dry soils.
Climate: Hardy to -25°C.
Site: Partial shade to full light.
Planting spacing: One plant every two meters.


Characteristics and uses:
The Blackberry 'Dirksen' is an improved horticultural, thornfree variety of the wild Blackberry. End of July and right until September, it produces an abundance of big, red fruits which becomes black when fully ripe. Their juicy flesh is sweet and sour. This variety is easy to grow, highly vigorous and can be grown trained. The year following planting, prune it so as to only keep the most vigorous branches.

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