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Blackberry Chester – Rubus Fruticosus Chester Shrub with branches without thorns. Very productive, produces from mid-July to mid-August, more average-sized. Excellent flavor, very sweet. It can be planted all year round.
Mora Chester Shrub is very rustic and easy to cultivation, therapeutic properties, provides in July and August, on several occasions numerous black berries. The branches require support. The fruit, of medium size and of good consistency, they are very sweet. Blackberry Chester is used in addition to herbal teas, infusions and decoctions, also for the preparation of tasty jams, sauces, pies, macedonia along with other berries such as blueberries, currants, gooseberries, and raspberries, and for the preparation of drinks and cocktails. The plant is self-fertile but the proximity of at least two plants makes the production more significantly higher.
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|Max height||2.5 m|
|Exposure||sun, half shade|
What to do on arrival of Blackberry Chester - Gently remove the plants of Blackberry Chester from packaging, without haste and with caution. Free them from the tubular net that surrounds them by cutting the knot under the vase and pulling it upwards. If necessary water them. It is not necessary to plant them immediately, just irrigate them when the pot is dry.
Planting of Blackberry Chester - Dig a hole big and deep about twice the size of the vase. Place the plants of Blackberry Chester without putting them too deep. Fill the hole with a mixture of earth, universal garden soil of excellent quality and slow release organic fertilizer. Cover the plate with about a couple of inches of earth. Fill the hole completely with the necessary mixture, applying light pressure all around the plant to compact the soil.
Irrigation of Blackberry Chester - After planting, abundantly water the Blackberry Chester, especially in the hot months, to compact the ground. Then irrigate only when the soil begins to dry, in order to maintain an adequate moisture level at the roots and avoid problems of water stagnation.
Pruning of Blackberry Chester - At the time of planting the Blackberry Chester there is no need to perform important pruning. If you want to promote a thicker growth it is sufficient to proceed with a slight topping. Then proceed with more consistent pruning to give shape and vigor to the plants of Blackberry Chester.
Composting of Blackberry Chester - Perform in February-March and September-October two fertilizations with slow release organic fertilizer, to maintain a constant nutritional intake throughout the year.
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