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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: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 29 Write a review »

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4 of 5 Black hawk raspberry June 30, 2020
Reviewer: Connee Hempt from Etters , PA United States  
Both plants are growing.

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1 of 5 Really disappointing June 10, 2020
Reviewer: Patricia Lewis from Columbus , OH United States  
It was almost 2 months of no communication in response to my calls/emails about my order status! When the delivery date email came finally, and it was “out for delivery” , that day came and went and an update put the delivery out another 3 days!  I understand that you might have had more orders than anticipated, but I am disheartened by the lack of communication over delays! My order arrived in the heat of the summer and I am praying that the tree and 2 raspberry bushes will actually survive! And, if they don’t, what kind of recourse/response can I anticipate from TyTy?

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5 of 5 Arrived in good shape May 27, 2020
Reviewer: Nicole  
The plants arrived and were packed well. Everything looks good. Too early to know if they will work out but they're in the ground. Thank you!

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3 of 5 Two plants look dead! May 3, 2020
Reviewer: MARTHA DECAMP from Indianapolis, IN United States  
All 9 plants have been in the ground for two weeks, but 2 of them look dead, no new growth at all.  

What should I do to get replacements?  Please help!

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5 of 5 Great Customer Service! May 2, 2020
Reviewer: Brenda Egger from Maryneal, TX United States  
Carla and I had to play phone tag a little but she helped me with the change I needed to my order. You could hear the smile in her voice! My plants look healthy and happy I will definitely order again!

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