Chester Thornless Blackberry
Chester Thornless is a very vigorous, thornless, large fruited, late ripening blackberry variety from United States. Cross was made in 1968. This is one of the most popular blackberry variety in the world. It was recommended as a replacement for Thornfree cultivar.
Canes are semi-erect after the first year recumbent growth. Canes length typically achieves 3-4 m and needs trellis support. Harvest period continues from the end of July to the end of September. Yields of Chester Thornless vary with production area, up to 31 kg/plant from healthy plant. Taste and flavor are depend on local growing conditions and weather. In different regions with similar cultivation methods taste and flavor vary sufficiently. Mean mass of berry averages 5 g, seeds are relatively small. Berries have very intense black color and are firm.
Garden of Eden stands behind the quality of our plants, we love to do our work and provide the best plants we can!
In the unlikely event that one of the trees, shrubs, roses or perennials passes away, we’d be happy to replace it for you one time within the guaranteed growing season, 6 months from the time of purchase. If a replacement cannot be provided a gift card will be issued in the amount of the original purchase price.
All we need to process your warranty claim is:
Proof of purchase
The deceased plant. Sorry, a photo doesn’t count.
ID tag that came with the plant