The Loch Ness blackberry is a frost-resistant variety with very large, tasty fruits, ripening from the end of July until the first frost. It is characterised by high yields and great quality of fruits, it stores well. After the harvest, the two-year shoots that fructified should be cut, and 5-7 one-year shoots should be left. Blackberry shrubs require supports.
This variety is very high-yielding, it is perfect for desserts, freezing, jams, juices, liquors and wines. The fruits regulate metabolism, have bactericidal, antibiotic and cleansing properties. They increase the body's resistance due to the high content of vitamins A, B and C as well as magnesium, potassium and calcium.