More than just Blackberries!

 See Below for recipes!  Blackberry salad dressing, blackberry pie, and more
blackberry flower

Recipes & Nutrition Facts

Please see our recipes and nutrition page for some fun facts on blackberries and some of our favorite recipes!

Why so many varieties? Some bear early, some late, and some in between. There is also a difference in taste and berry size.

If you come in the middle of blackberry season, you will probably get to taste and try them all!


  • Adding Osage 2016 - an early season fruit similar to Natchez
  • Prime Jan — late-late season, medium/small fruit, BEARS LAST
  • Illini Hardy — early season, thorny, (we pick this one), smaller fruit, very winter hardy plant
  • Kiowa — mid-season, thorny, (we pick this one), largest fruit of all
  • Ouachita — (pronounced WAH-shi-tah), late early/mid season , very firm fruit, packs well
  • Natchez — early season fruit, very large fruit, AND WE MEAN THE SIZE OF A MAN'S THUMB
  • Navaho — late early/mid season, medium size, firm fruit
  • Chester — late season, medium size, firm fruit, packs well for market
  • Triple Crown — mid season, very large fruit but soft, THE SWEETEST OF THEM ALL


  • Lauren Raspberries — early season, large size, rich flavor
  • Prelude Raspberries — earliest, medium fruit, very winter hardy
  • Jaclyn Raspberries — same season as Autumn Britten, large fruit, firm
  • Josephine Raspberries — late fruit, excellent firmness, medium fruit


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