Sweetie Pie Blackberry Bush (Rubus x ‘Sweetie Pie’)

Sweetie Pie Blackberry Bush

  • Mid-Season
  • USDA Selection
  • Big Yields
  • Great-Tasting Sweet Fruit Has Excellent Flavor
  • Excellent for Fresh Eating, Cooking and Juicing
  • Painless Picking Without Thorns
  • Vigorous
  • Disease Resistant to Rosette
  • Reliable Choice for Southeastern United States
  • Performs Very Well in High Heat and Humidity

Add fruiting plants to your landscape this season and start on securing a homegrown food supply for your family. Pick your own sweet superfruit…up to 15 pounds per plant in a single season!

Sweetie Pie Blackberry (Rubus x ‘Sweetie Pie’) comes highly recommended by our fruiting plant experts. This is a special USDA selection that produces an abundance of juicy blackberries.

Blessed with a high natural sugar content, Sweetie Pie Blackberry is extremely versatile. Juice them, enjoy them in a bowl of steel-cut oatmeal with a splash of locally-sourced cream or prep many, many bags for freezing.

You’ll appreciate having the taste of summer when the winter days get dreary. There is nothing quite as satisfying as growing your own food.

Sweetie Pie even behaves nicely. No thorns on the trailing canes make harvest an “ouch-free” experience.

Plant these disease-resistant thornless Blackberry plants in sun-soaked rows on a sturdy trellis. Space them five feet apart, and keep the rows five feet apart, too.

You’ll be pleased how pretty this looks in your landscape with white, double blossoms and that lovely fruit display from green to red to luscious black! Why not consider it a useful privacy screen to get double duty from your investment?

Sweetie Pie Blackberry bears fruit with an outstanding flavor on last year’s wood. After those floricanes fruit, you’ll cut them out at ground level and place them in the yard waste.

Sweetie Pie Blackberry Bush (Rubus x ‘Sweetie Pie’) Details

Common name Sweetie Pie Blackberry Bush
Botanical name Rubus x 'Sweetie Pie'
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 6-10
Growth rate Medium
Height 5 - 6 ft.
Width 3 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time After Fruiting
Flower color White