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In 1954 the Black Hawk raspberry plants were released to growers, first from the State of Iowa research gardens. This raspberry plant has been widely distributed and accepted as a commercial cultivar by many growers and nurseries. The fragile berries are large on this black raspberry, and the black color appears as a signal that the berry is ripe after passing through a red color stage. The berries are shiny black and the thin-skinned juicy berry is distinctively aromatic and floral when fully ready to harvest, and the distinct firmness of the berries makes it a good choice for freezing and for eating black raspberry ice cream. The growth of the Black Hawk raspberry plants is very fast and vigorous, and the canes and twigs rapidly divide forming large clumps with a heavy yield potential.

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Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 6 Write a review »

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Poor Quality and customer service April 19, 2016
Reviewer: Melissa Montero from Ash, NC United States  
I paid quite a bit for a live oak tree. As well as three Peachtree's and seven raspberries of all the plants that I ordered the peach trees are the only ones that greened up and sprouted out. The Live Oak is a dead oak, and on top of everything else the customer service is terrible. They only communicate with you through email and it's automated email. So if you send them a question they send you a link to a video they have on YouTube or try to tell you all your plans are going to transplant shock. Let me tell you this is not transplant shock these plants are dead dry not a bit of green through them. They were shipped this way and are still this way. I will never order from here again

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Great service and communications December 25, 2015
Reviewer: Bill Beams from Wilmore, KY United States  
Just received my plants. They arrived in nice packing, just as I was promised. Looking forward to getting them in the ground

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Plants looked fine May 3, 2015
Reviewer: Timothy Vaughn from Huntsville, AL United States  
So far, so good.

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Black Hawk Raspberry October 9, 2014
Reviewer: Allen Amos from Wilsonville, IL United States  
Nothing to write home about. 1may be dead.

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Black Raspberry July 5, 2014
Reviewer: Dennis Burcl from Elyria, OH United States  
Both plants seem to be healthy & growing!

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