The Arapaho Thornless Blackberry Plant is a sturdy self-supporting blackberry plant that ripens earlier during the last of May, earlier than any other thorn-less cultivar selection, and the Arapaho blackberries are the earliest of the University of Arkansas researched releases of thornless blackberry bushes. The cone shaped berries are medium in size, and the clusters are large and loosely connected to the stems, containing numerous berries that ripen into delicious, juicy black globes that are embedded with sweet breaths of rich aromatic flavors. The strong canes of this thornless Arapaho Blackberry plants are vigorous, and the rhizomes spread rapidly underground that continuously multiply offset blackberry bushes that multiply to increase the yields for excellent yields of commercial blackberry production that makes the industry profitable.
Arapaho Thornless Blackberry Bush
| Recommended States to grow Arapaho Thornless Blackberry Plants |
| Recommended USDA zones for Arapaho Thornless Blackberry Plants: [Rubus 'Arapaho'] |
| Zone 6 || -5° to 5° |
| Zone 7 || 5° to 10° |
| Zone 8 || 10° to 20° |
| Zone 9 || 20° to 30° |
Delivery Time: Blackberry and Raspberry bushes are shipped dormant usually December through April, weather dependent, shipping within ten business days from when the order was placed, while in the current shipping season. The actual delivery time will usually be within four to seven days following the date of shipping by Ty Ty Plant Nursery. Delivery time can not be guaranteed, if a package needs to arrive prior to a specific date please note in the comment section of the order or contact Ty Ty Nursery by telephone during normal business hours.
Shipping Method: UPS Ground and Motor Freight if the proper arrangements have been made by the customer prior to shipping. Shipping costs do apply on Motor Freight shipments, not covered by any sales promotions.
*1 Year Free Plantsurance Policy is void on any shipment outside of recommended zones, and/or when the shipping is authorized by the customer during below freezing temperatures.