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Marionberry is a cross between the Chehalem and Olallieberries. Itís the most common blackberry cultivar. The marionberry's are glossy with many blackberries.
Marionberry's growing conditions are completely adapted to maritime Oregon climate, with its mild rains and warm summers. The marionberry's get ripened throughout late spring and early summer. The harvesting season is between July 10 and August 10, whereas a single acre produces up to six tons in a harvest.
It appears black on the plant but turns a deep, dark purple when frozen. The fruits are medium sized, sweeter, juicier and has tart flavor.
- Marionberries plants were grown quite quickly.
- To cultivate the plant, you need a location that must receive abundance of sunlight.
- Do not plant marionberries where other berries are planted previously as disease can transfer from the area if previous plants were infected.
- Plant the trees 1 inch up the base of the plant and stiff the moist soil around it.
- A steady supply of water is the best method to get the plants established.
- The fruit contains high levels of anthocyanins that protect against cancer, heart and circulatory diseases.
- It contains high levels of strong antioxidants like Vitamin C, Gallic acid and rutin that help promote circulatory health and fight against cancer.
|Total fat||1.00 g|
|Dietary Fiber||7.60 g|