Question: Is there such a thing as seedless blackberries? If so where can I find some plants right away.
Berry farm worker picking blackberries.
Answer: I wish!!! I thought the industry was doing well with all the new, yummy THORNLESS blackberry choices. To the best of my knowledge, there is no seedless blackberry plants - at least not that is worth eating. Given enough breeding time and I am sure that will change. Using a Google search, I see lots of "seedless blackberry..." jams and deserts where the seeds are strained out. A few mail order firms suggesting a seeded blackberry being considered "seedless". I disagree. I welcome being proven wrong because it would be a great seller. As a leading nursery grower in the industry, I believe a good seedless blackberry plant would have come on our radar if it truly existed.
More blackberry information here: Blackberries
Ron Ludekens 2-14-11
karen phillips said: