Blackberry ‘Snowbank’ (Rubus hybrid)

Description

Another Luther Burbank winner! Snow-white berries are translucent, milky-white in color but have all the flavor of a “normal” blackberry. Berries look like tiny pearls and are simply beautiful little fruits. Snowbank stays whiter than other similar varieties as berries ripen, and with much better flavor. A vigorous, trailing-type grower with good disease-resistance. Ripens in late July. Originated in 1916 by Luther Burbank, as an improved form of his original white blackberry, Iceberg. Self-pollinating. USDA Zones 6-9. Photo courtesy of Stark Bros.
 
Blackberry-Snowbank

Another Luther Burbank winner! Snow-white berries are translucent, milky-white in color but have all the flavor of a “normal” blackberry. Berries look like tiny pearls and are simply beautiful little fruits. Snowbank stays whiter than other similar varieties as berries ripen, and with much better flavor. A vigorous, trailing-type grower with good disease-resistance. Ripens in late July. Originated in 1916 by Luther Burbank, as an improved form of his original white blackberry, Iceberg. Self-pollinating. USDA Zones 6-9. Photo courtesy of Stark Bros.
 
Blackberry-Snowbank