ArapahoRubus fruticosus' Arapaho' is a fully erect and thornless blackberry. It ripens early to mid June. The Apachee has the smallest seeds and is one of the earliest to fruit. It is disease resistant. This plant grows approximately 5 to 8 feet high and spreads about 3 to 5 feet. The Arapaho is self-pollinating, It bears approximately 8 to 10 quarts per plant. It bears on a second year cane. I would suggest planting about 4 feet apart in rows about 10 feet apart. Prune and thin your blackberry plant in late winter or early spring. The berries are approximately 1 to 2 inch berries. The Arapaho was released in 1993 by the University of Arkansas. These berries have an excellent sweet flavor
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