My wife bought me a blackberry bush from Wal-Mart (they quit carrying
them), and hid it away for a week to surprise me... needless to say,
it did not survive the lack of water. BUT I really would like one...
none of the places I can find here on the Mississippi GulfCoast are
selling them anymore... who would be a good place to buy from?
We bought berries from WalMart too, and they died even though we followed
the instructions and soaked them in water for a couple days when we got home
before planting them. So I'm not sure it's the lack of water. So we just got
some cuttings from a bush in town and they're doing just fine. Are there any
bushes growing in the wild nearby?
I live on the Louisiana Gulf coast and am growing Triple Crown thornless
blackberries. Got them from Stark Brothers Nursery in Louisiana, MO.
Should have a web presence but haven't looked lately. Planted six of
them in January and they are producing berries, albeit not many, this
month and are growing well.
I have had very bad luck with Stark.
I have had VERY good luck with Raintree
got figs, peaches, kiwi from them. always satisfied.
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