A raspberry and blackberry cross, this thornless variety bears large, oblong fruits that ripen to dark maroon/black. Fruits are sweeter than its relative the Loganberry, similar in flavour to a wild blackberry. Prefers a warm, sheltered site on fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. Fruits best on young wood, so cut out old fruited stems at the end of their second season & tie in new shoots. Plant 2m (6ft) apart.
Approx height it grows to when trained: 2m (6ft)
Approx spread it grows to when trained: 50cm (2ft)
Soil Type: Good moist soil
Fruit size: Medium
Picking Time: from late July