Thornless Blackberry 'Heaven Can Wait'

Spring

4' - 5'; Upright

None noted

USDA Zone 5 to USDA Zone 8

Full Sun

FUN FACTS

Botanically speaking, Blackberries and Raspberries aren't actually berries at all! They are considered 'aggregate fruits', as they are clusters of numerous tiny fruits (called drupelets) which grow and ripen together.

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SizePrice
1 gal $11.25
2 gal $13.50
3 gal $16.25
5 gal $18.50

'Heaven Can Wait' is an upright cultivar which does not require a trellis for support, although a trellis will help provide a more 'tidy' appearance. These are considered a dwarf blackberry, as the canes tend to top out at 4' - 5' tall, as opposed to the 6' - 8' height of the Apache, or up to 12' length of the Triple Crown! Heaven Can Wait is an early season blackberry, which begins ripening a week or two before Apache and produces a bountiful crop of medium sized berries for several weeks.