Not to be confused with blackberries!
Black raspberries are juicy and firm, with a crisp flavor and very few seeds. Used for baking and cooking, as well as whipping up some delicious black raspberry ice cream, these tasty berries are becoming more and more popular for backyard gardeners thanks to their extended season for ripening and high yields.
These black raspberries ripen mid season and are medium to large in size. Especially cold tolerant, black raspberries can be grown in USDA zones 3-8.
A rapid growth rate and vigorous fruit production means you could be picking and enjoying delicious, organic black raspberries out of your own backyard as soon as the first year!
Black raspberries are self-pollinating, but planting more than one plant will increase your berry harvest. They can be grown in partial to full sun and are widely adaptable to different types of soil.
Forget the grocery store! Save money and keep your family healthy with fresh, organic black raspberries from just outside your door!