Discovered in California in the late 1800’s, it is believed to be a cross of wild blackberry and red raspberry. Large, tender, dark red, elongated berries have their own uniquely delectable taste that is considered by many people to be second to none. Loganberry juice is highly regarded for its health boosting properties. Other uses include baking, freezing, preserves and wine besides fresh eating. The fruit ripens over an extended time period. Give the trailing canes a trellis and winter protection.
SELF-FERTILE | ZONE 5/6 | HARVEST: AUG.