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Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry Plants

Rubus fruticosus 'Triple Crown'Feefo logo

The details

  • Size: To 1.5m
  • Fruit: large berries, prolific cropper
  • Taste: sweet, aromatic flavour
  • Use: eat fresh or use for pies and jams
  • Picking: late August until September
  • Colour: black
  • Spacing: 3m between plants
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£ 7.49
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Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry Bushes

Triple Crown is a fabulous late season blackberry with prolific crops from late August to September. Great for combining with earlier cropping varieties to extend the fruiting season. For earlier fruiting varieties, browse our full range of blackberry bushes. Easily picked due to the thornless stems, the delicious berries are large and sweet, perfect for eating fresh or for use in pies and preserves.


  • Size: 1.5m high
  • Fruit: large berries, prolific cropper
  • Taste: sweet, aromatic flavour
  • Use: eat fresh or use for pies and jams. Freeze well.
  • Picking: late August through to September
  • Colour: glossy black
  • Spacing: 3m between plants

Growing Triple Crown Blackberries

Blackberries are an incredibly versatile soft fruit, thriving in almost all soil types, although they will suffer in waterlogged conditions. Triple Crown produces the heaviest crops in full sun, but can be grown in light shade making it an excellent choice for many gardens.

Position plants 3m apart and water well in dry conditions. Mulch with organic matter in spring and tie into a wire framework to support the plant and make berries easier to pick.

Did You Know?

Released to nurseries in 1996, Triple Crown was given its name for its three areas of excellence: the vigorous growing habit of this thornless blackberry, the high productivity and the sweetness of the fruit. It is related to 'Black Satin' and 'Chester Thornless'.

Planting Instructions

Cut fruited canes to the ground in autumn and tie in new growth. Mulch with well-rotted manure in spring and water canes well in hot weather.

What to expect

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Bareroot plants have no soil around the roots. They are light, easy to carry and plant.

Perfect for Winter

The ground tends to be wet in winter, ideal for planting bareroot plants.

Value for money

You pay less for the same size bareroot plants, compared to potted.


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