Introduced in 2005, the Black Diamond is a cross between the Kotata Blackberry and a New Zealand Thornless Blackberry. It’s harvest season is identical to Marionberry, and it yields a firm, medium to large berry that is dark purple to black in color. The berries tend to be uniform in shape, have small seeds, and a milder flavor than other Northwest varietals. It can be sold fresh during harvest time at local markets, but is also available frozen year round. This variety is often recommended for home gardens.

Plant: Vigorous, thornless

Oregon’s Black Diamond blackberries are harvested late July - August.
100 gramCalories 74.00
Total fat not detected
Protein 0.3
Dietary Fiber 5.8 g
Vitamin A not detected
Vitamin C not detected
Calcium 33.3 mg
Cholesterol 0.00
Anthocyanin 1.05 mg/g
Phenolics 6.26 mg/gNutrition Analysis PDF