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    • Tracy Mansfield

      Bigger, Better Blackberries - Page 3 - Southern Living

    • Mariella Brown

      Berry patch? Berry Trellis? donno but there should be berries! jam and cobblers and purple tongues - all very important. Links to a trellis tutorial aiming to maximize production @mariellabrownp

    • Viola Zimmerman

      Blackberries growing on the fence.

    • Morgan Hamilton

      Blackberry Trellis.... Select the two largest canes, and cut the rest to the ground. Allow one cane to grow a few inches above the 24-inch wire and the other to grow a few inches above the 48-inch wire. Then cut each cane 1 inch below the wires. Side shoots will sprout at the cutoff point and should be trained to the horizontal wires.

    • Katherine

      better blackberry vines

    • Kezie

      Growing blackberry vines. Good to know!

    • Melissa Wilcox

      "Reroute" the blackberries make a trellis "fence" - Easier to pick and better use of space!

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