|Botanical Name||'Rubus' subgenus Rubus Watson 'Columbia Star' PP #25,532|
|Mature Height||6 Feet|
|Mature Width||6 Feet|
|Light Requirement||Full Sun to Partial Shade|
|Hardiness Zone||Zones 5-9|
ℹ️ A brand-new introduction from Oregon and considered a breakthrough in flavor and yield! Its wonderful flavour means that you just want to keep eating it which should be no problem with one plant producing up to 20 lbs of delectable berries! Its Particular flavour aspect is founded on a combination of high sugars and low acids. The balance of these components delivers an eating experience that makes Columbia Star a true dessert blackberry. The variety has a number of other important features that make it a real winner. In addition to the excellent taste, the fruits of Columbia Star also have a superb texture, strong firmness and very dark almost black glossy color. Columbia Star is the culmination of the breeding efforts of Oregon State University and the USDA. It counts the esteemed Marionberry in its lineage, and you can taste it in every rich, sweet, complex juicy morsel. Very vigorous vines yield excellent crops of huge berries and no thorns means a painless harvest!