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Blackberries and pomegranites

Posted by CharlieBoring 7 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 23, 13 at 7:29

I am going to add to my collection of edible landscape this fall. I plan to purchase two blackberry plants (Apache and Natchez) and two pomegranite (Angel Red and Utah or Russian 26). I am in Northern VA; does anyone have experience with these varieties in zone 7 almost 6?

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RE: Blackberries and pomegranites

Yes. They're good producers. Blackberries are native to Arkansas and our state does a lot of research on them. Our biggest issue is cross pollination from wild berries. But for us, basically you stick them in the ground and they do their thing.

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