FruitBreeding - New The James Hutton Institute Fruit Varieties - Blackberry 86506G7 | The James Hutton Institute

New varieties

These are our newly bred varieties that are not yet released. They are identified using their provisional names or their selection numbers where names have not yet been considered. Click on the link to view details on:

  • 9059D-2 
  • 9062E-1 
  • 0123A7 
  • Blackberry
  • 86506G7
  • Strawberry
  • 932034
  • Blackcurrants
  • Ben Vane 
  • 8872-1
  • Gooseberries
  • 9223-1
  • 9223-2

  • Blackberry selection 86506G7 This variety is currently being trialled.

    Parentage: Complex SCRI seedlings 81309C2 x 82417A12 in combination with cv. Ashton Cross in the background.
    Season: Early fruiting, first ripe at SCRI two weeks earlier than Loch Ness.
    Plant Habit: Canes are thorn-free and semi-erect. Stunning pink double blossom, attractive for amateur market.
    Fruit Quality: Fruit is glossy black with an excellent sweet and aromatic flavour. Slightly larger fruit than Loch Tay.

    New blackberry