Container Gardening: How To Plant Blackberries

Container Gardening: How To Plant Blackberries

The next addition to the patio container garden is thornless blackberries! Using plants ordered from Stark Brothers, Patti demonstrates the proper way to grow your own berries in galvanized containers on your own porch.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

There are many advantages to container gardening, especially for those that have limited space for plants. Find out how to plant flowers in various containers, such as plastic, clay or wood, with this free video on gardening from the owner of a landscaping company. Expert: Bill Elzey Contact: www.showplacelawns.com Bio: Bill Elzey is the owner and manager of Showplace Lawns in Austin, Texas. Filmmaker: Todd Green
Video Rating: 5 / 5

19 Responses to “Container Gardening: How To Plant Blackberries”

  1. thepresident1981 says:

    worth less

  2. christao17 says:

    Kind of a useless how-to” video, as no time is spent explaining how to actually plant the blackberries, what kind of soil they need, where they grow best, etc. Just some funky guitar music as we watch her play in the dirt.

  3. 1realtxgent says:

    Sexy Gardner! I wish I could plant you and grow a whole field of y’all! Lol….

  4. rlal85 says:

    Hi! How are the blackberries doing now? Through inspiration from you, I planted some last year as well and they are doing fantastic!

  5. 7mooodalkwt says:

    i love you patti

  6. hatstalker says:

    Thornless blackberries!!!!! I have never seen such a thing here in the UK!
    Mind you I have never seen anyone plant Blackberries (Brambles) in the UK but that is because they grow like weeds in hedges and woods everywhere.
    Pretty cool either way though!

  7. southfinest2541 says:

    I THINK AM IN LOVE

  8. TheGardenMasterShow says:

    Hi Patti, Have you thought of looking at more current sustainable growing which allows you to grow year-round regardless of where you live? How about lowering overhead and producing your current production on one tenth the acreage. Not till, no weeds, no expensive equipment and bountiful harvest! I speak from forty years of commercial experience. Come visit us! I look forward to seeing you! The Garden Master and his Bucket Garden. TheGardenMaster com

  9. 1Learn2Learn3 says:

    Niggers… No wonder she’s growing blackberries. They are related.

  10. kbgrowkid420 says:

    any recommendations for wintering them over in a container?

  11. isacrew101 says:

    thanks now I have A summer JOB>ha

  12. mothertory says:

    how do you keep them from spreading all over the place?

  13. moofph says:

    …planted my thornless blackberries last year, very juicy and great with my oats in the morning. also, planted raspberries…mmm, so sweet.

    (one of the canes on my blackberry rooted last year, so i had one to give away)…they love to grow.

  14. pumkinvine says:

    thornless, where’s the fun in that?

  15. GoldSilverMedia says:

    Will they yield more fruits as suppose to planting them in a raised garden?

  16. kaisenji says:

    I rather have thorned blackberries since I have feral cats wander through the yard. I also have blueberries, elderberries, raspberries and bearberries on that list for nxt year. I just didn’t have time to plant the berries this year. 🙁

  17. Praxxus55712 says:

    I live in easter MInnesota and blackberries grow prufusely wild along my entire 1/3 mile long driveway. You just can’t stop them either. I can get around 4 gallons per year and still leave tons for the birds, deer and bears. Thornless would be cool but I guess I’m used to the thorns by now. 🙂

  18. GardenToolCaddy says:

    Great video! Thanks for sharing!

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