Marionberries on the bush in our garden
  • Marionberries on the bush in our garden
  • harvested marionberries
  • closeup of marionberry
  • bundles of 25 marionberry plants

Blackberry 'Marionberry'


June-bearing. Originated in Oregon as a cross between the Chehalem and Olallie Blackberries.  It's berries are large, bright black, and excellent flavored.  Recommended for fresh eating, jams, preserves, and desserts.

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2-year old plant divisions that will bear fruit this year when planted early in spring. My favorite blackberry, it's a great grower with a bountiful harvest of large berries that are great for any use one can think of.
Vigorous, thorny plant, strong canes that do well on horizontal supports.  Berries have few, very small seeds and ripen in June and early July in warmer areas, July to August further north. 

More Information

USDA Hardiness Zone
5 through 9
Bloom Time
Late Spring
Mature Height
8-10 feet
Light Requirements
Full Sun (over 6 hrs)
Water Requirements
Average Water Needs
Gardening Tips
Proper planting depth is most critical, the crown should be planted 1½ - 2 inches below soil level.


Berry Planting & Care

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