Thornless Loganberry

Rubus loganobaccus

Discovered by American horticulturalist Judge James Logan in 1881 after an accidental cross of a blackberry and raspberry, then developed into a thornless version. Pure delight, the fruit lacks the astringent properties of its parents. Prolific fruiting and growth, harvest the berries daily and prune as required to contain spread.

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Thornless Loganberry

Discovered by American horticulturalist Judge James Logan in 1881 after an accidental cross of a blackberry and raspberry, then developed into a thornless version. Pure delight, the fruit lacks the astringent properties of its parents. Prolific fruiting and growth, harvest the berries daily and prune as required to contain spread.

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FLORICANE - These berries fruit on second year wood. Prune after fruiting, but only remove the canes that have already produced fruit.

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