Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus)
General description: Very resistant to frost, Polish variety. Without spikes or with small, random spikes. Arched-curved shoots, thick and stiff.
Fruit: large, black fruit, covered with a skin with a slight sheen.
Maturation / Flowering: matures at the beginning of July.
Requirements / Cultivation: slightly acidic soil, moderately moist. Place in a sunny or slightly shaded position. Fruits appear on two-year-old shoots; requires a two-year cutting cycle.