Introduced in 2014, Columbia Star blackberries are named for the Columbia River, an important water way in the geography and history of the Northwest. This high quality, high yielding, thornless variety of blackberry gives similar fruit to the popular Marionberry, which accounts for 20% of it’s parentage. The medium-sized berries are firm and sweet tasting, and appear very dark purple or black in color. The berries are available locally in Oregon to enjoy fresh, or can be used year round from frozen.

Plant: short canes, thornless

Oregon’s Columbia Star blackberries are harvested in July.
100 gramCalories 54.00
Total fat not detected
Protein 0.1g
Dietary Fiber 4.60g
Vitamin A not detected
Vitamin C 2.9 mg
Calcium 20 mg
Cholesterol not detected
Dietary Fiber 4.6 g
Anthocyanin 1.17 mg/g
Total Phenolics 4.14 mg/gNutrition Analysis PDF
columbia star blackberry