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Description of Loch Tay Plants & Fruit:
Loch Tay is a really handy little plant. Compact, upright and thornless, it comes into season early. While the berries are not so big, they have an excellent fruity burst flavour.
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Characteristics of Loch Tay Bushes:
Growing Loch Tay Blackberry Plants:
Generally, blackberries are grown along wires, but Loch Tay is an upright variety. You can grow it up a single post or in with a row of raspberries.
Spacing: You can plant Loch Tay quite close together in a row. 4' / 1.2 metres apart is more than enough.
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Background Information on Loch Tay Blackberry Bushes:
Bred from the other excellent upright thornless blackberry, Loch Ness.
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