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1. The thornless canes of the Black Satin bush are semi-erect, vigorous and disease free, however, the blackberry  plant stems need some support when loaded with berries, because of the heavy weight of the berries that can occasionally cause some plants to touch the ground.  The weight of the berries is sometimes not lifted high enough to be counter balanced off the ground during maximum berry production to prevent the mud from splashing up on the blackberries, and that can contaminate the blackberries. The ebony colored blackberries produced by these trailing, vigorously growing  bushes are very large, firm, and when completely ripe are a jet black in color with tiny scattered red circular surface cells that give the berry a slightly tart flavor that balances the ultra-sweetness of the juicy berries.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 10 Write a review »

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Doing great June 25, 2015
Reviewer: Eddie from Hanson, KY United States  
This plant is thriving.

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review June 7, 2015
Reviewer: Patrick McCormick from Holiday, FL United States  
Starting growing in 7  days.

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Better than most stores May 15, 2015
Reviewer: Jesse Hansen from Tecumseh, NE United States  
Just planted them so all I have to go by is the looks, these looked quite a bit smaller and less developed than the grape vine or Goji plant I bought but still bigger than most plants in stores we will see.

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Doesn't look like a two year plant April 30, 2015
Reviewer: Mark S from Hartsville, SC United States  
This plant was only a stem and doesn't appear to be on its second year.  It has been in the ground about two weeks, and it appears to be doing well.

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Great Plants April 21, 2015
Reviewer: Randy Pyle from Meridianville, AL United States  
The Blackberry Plants look very hardy and mature. I expect them to do great.

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