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The Comanche Blackberry Plant has been especially valuable to grow as a commercial blackberry plant.  This erect growing thorny selection is a favorite of pick-your-own operations. Yields after treatment of Comanche Blackberry Plants with gibberellic acid and other University recommended plant hormones has increased the yields of blackberry bushes by seven fold, that provides a phenomenal gain in profit for the pick-your-own blackberry grower. The Comanche blackberry plant is the earliest planting of commercial berries to ripen.   The Comanche bushes have fast growing,  erect-growing canes with strong, vigorous, moderately scattered thorns. This  Blackberry plant produces berries that ripen in May and are very delicious when eaten fresh from the bush.

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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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Packed Well May 5, 2015
Reviewer: Aaron Olmsted from Bastrop, TX United States  
Got the Blackberry in it was Brown but I assume it will sprout green once in the ground. It was packed very well and it not damaged in any way.

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Got a stick with a root May 14, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Clarksville, TN United States  
I received this plant and it looked like nothing but a 12 inch stick with a single 10 inch root. No leaves, nothing. Planted it anyway. Now watching to see if it grows,

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Fast Shippiing May 13, 2014
Reviewer: Faith D Hayes from ORE CITY, TX United States  
The plants were shipped quickly and looked good.  Of course all plants looks dead when dormant but they were good sized and arrived quickly.


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