Waldo Blackberry Plants
- Sturdily upright, may not need support
- Excellent fruit and crop size
- Crops from late July
- Tolerates poor soil well
- To 2x2m
Waldo Early-Season Blackberry Bushes
A great upright thornless variety, suitable for a limited space. Firm fruit with top notch flavour, and a long season that starts early.
- Large, intensely flavoured fruit. Heavy cropper.
- Upright plant, usually won't need support in sheltered locations
- Crops from late July into September
- Tolerates poor or damp soil well
- To 2 x 2 metres
Growing Waldo Blackberries:
You can get away without support in a sheltered location, and if you trim long one-year-old stems to about 1.5m in their first winter, so that they don't flop over from the weight of the fruit. They grow well against a wall.
Spacing: 2 to 3 metres apart.
Read more on how to grow blackberries.