Raspberries and Blackberries are Caneberries
What is a caneberry? Quite simply, it is a berry that grows on a cane. Raspberries and Blackberries are also known as aggregate fruits, because the whole berry is formed of a cluster of many juice filled sacks called drupelets. The more you know, right? Read on to meet some of our most popular commercially grown berry varieties.
The perfect balance of tart and sweet, Oregon grows more Marionberries than any
other variety of blackberry.
Hall’s Beauty Blackberry
The Hall’s Beauty Blackberry is a new, early-ripening, high-quality, firm, and sweet thornless trailing blackberry cultivar with extremely large and attractive double flowers.
Columbia Sunrise Blackberry
The Columbia Sunrise Blackberry was introduced in 2017 as a very early ripening, thornless trailing blackberry with medium-to-large, firm fruit.
Sweet and juicy, with a long, uniform shape, Kotata Blackberries have a diverse parentage including various blackberries, boysenberries, and more.
Tiny, sweet, and with abundant seeds, 99% of the commercially farmed Black Raspberries are grown in Oregon.
Discovered in California, these large, deep maroon colored berries have large seeds and a soft, thin skin.
Robust and aromatic, Silvan Blackberries were originally bred in Australia from various Pacific Northwest berry varietals.
Black Diamond Blackberry
Grown on thornless canes, and containing smaller seeds, Black Diamond Blackberries are popular for home gardens.