|BR Rubus Marion 'Marion Berry'
NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL MAY 1, 2012. Large, rich flavored, dark purple-red berries grow on vigorous, thorny plants. Famous old variety is an industry mainstay for good reason.This cross between a Chehalem and and Olallie blackberries was developed in 1956 at OSU and named for Marion County Oregon where 90% of the world’s Marionberries are grown.
Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips
Fertilize in spring just before new growth begins.
Keep moist until well established then water regularly as needed.