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Blackberry, Thornless 'Natchez' (Rubus) - Medium Coconut Coir Pot

Love Blackberries but hate the thorns? The Natchez Blackberry is an early-ripening Thornless Blackberry hybrid developed by the University of Arkansas. Natchez produces heavy yields of impressively large, sweet delicious berries. Natchez Blackberry is easy to grow, low maintenance and provides an abundance of huge, healthy Blackberries in large clusters. Sweet tart Blackberries are rich in antioxidants and loaded with Vitamin C and fiber. It's growing habit is erect to semi-erect and would perform well trellised. Natchez requires as little as 200 chill hours and is one of the first berries of the season to produce fruit. Blackberry plants grow best in fertile, well-drained soil.

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Blackberry Extract - 8 oz.

Description Bickford Flavors has been fooling our northern black bears for decades with Bickfords mouth-watering blackberry flavoring. Enhance desserts, smoothies, teas, sauces, jams and so much more with a "berry" delicate drop of this all-natural flavoring. Uses: Custard, Wine, Yogurt Ingredients Oils of Natural Flavors

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Blackberry Ginger Balsamic - 750ml/25.4oz

This complex aged balsamic vinegar is naturally flavored with the gentle heat of spicy ginger and kissed with ripe sweet blackberry. Notes: Works especially well over pancakes, ice cream, in jelly, or in vinaigrette. Pair with our roasted walnut oil for an out of this world combination.

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Blackberry Jalapeno Jam (20 oz)

Our Blackberry Jalapeno Jam is an irresistible blend of blackberries handpicked at the peak of ripeness with a touch of jalapeno heat. Made in small batches and simmered to perfection, our jam is all natural, gluten and preservative free. This is a timeless classic your family will enjoy for years to come. Serve warm as a topping for vanilla bean ice cream, on a block of cream cheese or baked brie.  Simply delicious! All natural, gluten-free, preservative-free. Ingredients: Sugar, blackberries, jalapeno peppers, lemon juice, pectin.  

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Blackberry Bay - Perfume Spray | 1.7oz

Childhood memories of blackberry picking... Blackberry Bay perfume mingles a burst of deep, tart blackberry juice, blending with the freshness of just-gathered bay and brambly woods. Violet is a delicate floral note that brings a smooth, powdery softness to the fragrance. Creamy, warm and sensual, Sandalwood notes strengthen and extend the longevity of the scent. Vibrant and verdant.Notes: Violet, Orris, Sandalwood.Style: Fruity.Love Jo Malone? Let us introduce you to the largest collection of Jo Malone dupes. This collection was crafted to bring lots of smiles: whether you're looking for a scent that's been discontinued; or just want to try your fav in a fun, new formula. This is our interpretation of Blackberry Bay by Jo Malone. We are not affiliated in any way with Jo Malone.

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Blackberry Vanilla Simple Syrup, 8oz

Price Includes Shipping Our Blackberry Vanilla simple syrup is a juice bomb with a long lasting vanilla finish. We use only whole, Grade A Tahitian vanilla beans to make it. It really shines with dark liquors, such as bourbons, whiskeys, and dark rums. It also makes a wonderful addition to coffee or hot chocolate! Try it out in a Manhattan or Old Fashioned (add some chocolate bitters if you have them!) to see what this flavor is really all about. Made From Fresh Fruit Herbs Raw Sugar No Preservatives 8oz Bottle

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Navaho Blackberry

BLACKBERRY 'navaho' thornless and erect growing blackberry shrub ABUNDANT FRUIT medium sized fruit FRUIT fruits in summer hardy and fast growing plant COLD HARDY ZONE 5-9 4-6 ft tall FULL SUN self pollinating considered one of the 1st erect growing , thornless blackberries also considered one of the best thornless blackberry and the tastiest, great for jams and pies produce lots of bigger sized fruit with excellent flavor ONE, 1 GALLON PLANT (12-24" Tall) SHIPPED IN ITS POT (Pic in pots) Note: The plant is shipped in its pot, firmly secured with several layers of clear tape, thereby avoiding any shuffling and moving during transit. The plant reaches you with minimal damage- very safe and secure. We have been shipping plants like this for several years (plant are sometimes shipped in smaller pots for safety and ease of shipping). Most plants go dormant in fall and winter and will lose most of their leaves - looking dead and dry - very normal. They will flush out in spring. We cannot send ship some plants and some sizes to California due to restrictions placed by department of agriculture. Growing Zones: 5-9 outdoors 5-9 outdoors Mature Height: 4-5 ft. Sunlight: Full Sun Mature Width: 3-4 ft Botanical Name: Rubus fruticosus 'Triple Crown' Growth Rate: Fast Harvest Time: August Year to Bear: Can Fruit the 1st Year!

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Berry Best, Raspberry & Blackberry Jam 3-Pack

This 3-pack of Imladris Farm Jams includes: One 12 oz jar of Berry Best Jam One 12 oz jar of Raspberry Jam One 12 oz jar of Blackberry Jam All handcrafted and made only with fresh berries, sugar and pectin.

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BLACKBERRY SEED OIL

Fast shipping! Blackberry Seed Oil is well suited for use in a wide array of cosmetic and personal care applications that include formulations intended to support problem, damaged, maturing and sensitive skin.Our organically crafted, unrefined Blackberry Seed Oil is cold pressed from the tiny seeds of the luscious, deeply pigmented midnight-purple berries of theRubus fruticosus, in the genus Rubus of the rose family. Blackberry Seed Oil has a superior nutritional profile, containing 83% essential fatty acids, as well as Vitamins A and E. Its antioxidant nature means it is useful for both preventative methods for skin care as well as for healing already damaged skin. Blackberries are sometimes confused with Black Raspberries, which in terms of both appearance and flavor, are quite similar. One simple way to tell the difference between a Blackberry and a Black Raspberry is that, when picked, the core of the raspberry stays behind on the branch, yielding a hollow berry. When Blackberries are picked, the (edible) core remains inside the berry. Blackberries are usually larger, with bigger cells and are more shinier than Black Raspberries. REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES Blackberry Seed Oil is well suited for use in a wide array of cosmetic and personal care applications that include formulations intended to support problem, damaged, maturing and sensitive skin. This luxurious berry seed oil is also packed with a veritable laundry list of skin-healthy vitamins and nutrients, including but not limited to Vitamins A, C, and E; phytosterols; essential fatty acids; and Ellagitannins. In addition to killing acne-causing bacteria, Ellagitannins are super soothing to skin lesions, rashes, rosacea, and eczema. Additionally, Blackberry Seed Oil also has broad-spectrum UV-protectant properties and can be used to make your own sunscreen blend.Though it is packed with fatty acids, Blackberry Seed Oil oil is light and doesn't leave a greasy residue, making it great for dry and oily skin types. It can be added to soaps and exfoliants, giving them a lovely, rich texture. With its high content of antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and Vitamin E, the benefits of Blackberry Oil naturally help increase hair's elasticity and consistently restore shine to dull, lifeless hair. Safety-Skin patch test for allergies before use. PART USED Seeds SYNONYMS Rubus fruticosus L. COMMON NAMES Rubus Villosus, European Blackberry, American Blackberry EXTRACTION METHOD Cold Pressed ORIGIN Poland

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Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry Bare Root Vine

Blackberries prefer a loose textured, well-drained soil. Avoid sites with a high water table where water sits for long periods of time, especially during winter months. Blackberries will thrive in most soil types and are cold hardy in most areas of the United States. Plant late winter to early spring. Space 4-6‰۪ in a row with 6-8‰۪ between rows. The older stems or tops of the transplants can be cut back several inches.

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