• Blackberry Arapaho in small varies grower planter

Blackberry Arapaho

Rubus fruticosus 'Arapaho'

Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter

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  • Pet Safe:Yes

  • Care Level:Plays Hard to Get

Heart Healthy Blackberry Arapaho (Rubus fruticosus 'Arapaho') is a heavy fruiting upright, thornless delight for eating off the vine or in baked goods. He is self-pollinating and one of the earliest ripening vines in early to mid-June on his two-year-old canes with selective pruning for good yields. His 1-2 inch long fruit is firm and flavorful with small seeds (good for jam)! Floricane fruiting. Grows from 5-8 feet tall and 3-5 feet wide.
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Blackberry Arapaho
Blackberry Arapaho
About Blackberry Arapaho

Blackberries have been symbolic in Christian art depicting the crown of thorns Christ wore on the cross. The deep color of the juice represents his blood. Another legend is told that the blackberry bush became cursed when Lucifer was kicked out of heaven and fell into the thorny bush. Thus, the fruit is said to symbolize arrogance and spiritual ignorance.

Care Level: Plays Hard to Get

Plays hard to get

Pet Friendly: Yes

Origins: North and South America, Asia, Europe

North and South America, Asia, Europe

Fun Facts: "Eat your blackbe...

"Eat your blackberries to ward off the risk of several types of cancer since they're very high in antioxidants! Blackberry tea leaves are a potion to brew to relieve labor pains. Eat blackberries fresh off the vine, dried or back them in pies and muffins! In the Pacific Northwest, some may call the blackberry a noxious weed. As blackberries ripen, they turn from green to red; then, they are black when they're fully ripe. Mexico is the largest producer of blackberries in the world. Blackberries cultivars can either produce on vines or upright stems. "

Rubus fruticosus 'Arapaho' Care Guide

Blackberry Arapaho

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