Has anybody planted any of those Doyle blackberries/raspberries as advertised in Coun

Discussion in 'Plant and Tree Identification' started by FarmboyBill, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. FarmboyBill

    FarmboyBill Well-Known Member Supporter

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    If anyone has, how do u like them. Are they as advertised in Countryside or not. There high dollar, so id like to know before buying any. Im thinking about buying 1/2dz plants
     
  2. wilderness1989

    wilderness1989 Well-Known Member

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    I'd like to know too. :cowboy:
     

  3. Gailann Schrader

    Gailann Schrader Green Woman

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    Haven't planted them, but picked a friend's. GORGEOUS berries, huge huge huge. NO thorns. Wonderful.

    Boy said they tasted wonderful.
     
  4. zealot

    zealot Soli Deo Gloria

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    How much do they cost? Wasn't it something like $6 per plant?
     
  5. shadowwalker

    shadowwalker Well-Known Member

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    I'd buy one or two plants and propagate them.
     
  6. country friend

    country friend country friend

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    Cost a lot to start off with but they do put out extra canes every year and you can also start new ones by cuttings . my 3 plants I started last year gave me 5 gallons this year and with every year they just produce more . Have a friend that has had them now for years and sales them at farmers market . Folks are repeat coustmers as they are great berries sour but work out good in all blackberry recipes . Sorry if my spelling is off .
    indiana Country Friend Jack Bunyard