The time has come this summer to prune my blackberries. The few berries left are not nearly as good as the earlier berries, and the new canes are so long and lanky. They get in my way of mowing. Instead of throwing the clippings on the burn pile, I am going to turn this material into new plants. Propagating blackberries is relatively easy, and I am going to show you how I do it.
It is really as simple as that. By the time fall rolls around, I will be planting these in the ground. The cooler weather will allow them to become established before winter hits and they should be ready to take off growing in the spring.