Rubus hybrid 'Osage' PP26120 ~ DownHome Harvest® ‘Osage’ Thornless Blackberry-ServeScape
Rubus hybrid 'Osage' PP26120 ~ DownHome Harvest® ‘Osage’ Thornless Blackberry-ServeScape

Downhome Harvest® Hello Darlin® Blueberry

Vaccinium corymbosum ‘FL09-216’ PPAF


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**Dormancy Note - This plant is currently dormant for the winter! It is available for purchase! Your delivered plant may be dormant, or showing very little top growth. However, you can still plant! These plants are putting all their energy into root production, so they will be ready to thrive in the spring! If you have any issues with your plant the following peak season, you can fill out our return request form to request a replacement plant.

Osage Thornless Blackberry is an easy care upright variety of the deciduous shrub with exceptionally sweet berries and long storage life.  The pink-white rose-like flowers give way to clusters of large blackberries in summer that ripen in June.  Fruits best in full sun and rich, moist, slightly acidic well-drained soils.  Osage's low chill requirement (45 F) makes it a good choice for the south.  Excellent disease and pest resistance, but intolerant of wet soils. 

Type: 

Shrub 

Origins:

East N. America; GA Native

Height: 

4' - 5'

Spread: 

3’ - 4'

Spacing: 

3'

USDA Hardiness Zone: 

6 - 10

Culture: 

Full SunPart Sun

Bloom Color: 

White

Season of Interest: 

Summer

MAINTENANCE NEEDS:  Medium Maintenance.  Water regularly. Remove fruiting canes to the ground immediately after harvest, non-fruiting canes can be tip pruned in summer.  Generally performs best when staked. Wilt, Anthracnose, and botrytis can be serious disease problems. Cane and crown borers are potential pest issues.
LANDSCAPE USES:  Accents or Group Plantings, BordersNaturalized AreasWildlife GardenEdible GardensHedges, and Containers.

COMPANION PLANTS: Blueberry, Bee Balm, White Oak 

IMAGES: AAES DirectorOsage01 (40017994313)CC BY-SA 2.0, (2) Ark. Agricultural Experiment Station, Osage02CC BY-SA 2.0

*As plants have ranges in appearance they may not appear as the images shown.

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