1. Pick a sunny place to plant. All berry plants need at least 6 hours of full sun to produce berries.
  2. Water your plant thoroughly around the base, allowing it to soak in. Continue to water 2-3 times a week, ensuring that the plant stays moist but not overwatered.

  3. Fertilizing your Blackberry  plants is not necessary for them to grow and produce tasty berries, but it will help your plant thrive. For raspberries and blackberries, a balanced liquid fertilizer in early and late spring is ideal. Pick a fertilizer that contains Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium with the same numbers and closely follow the product label instructions.
Weight 3 kg

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