- A cross between a blackberry and a red raspberry.
- It is vigorous growing.
- Produces dark red fruit for pies, jams and jellies and for eating fresh.
Loganberry is a cross between a blackberry and a red raspberry. It is a thorny, vigorous growing warmer climate plant. Vines can easily reach 6’ to 8’. Plants should be trellised for easier management. Produces dark red fruit for pies, jams and jellies and for eating fresh. (zone 6-9)
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1-Yr. - No. 1 Tip
Remove Loganberry plants from shipping box immediately. Untie the bundles. Store Loganberry plants in a cool moist place. Keep roots moist at all times. Do not over water.
Requires neutral soil, a pH of 6.5 to 7. Will grow in clay, sandy soil or any type of black soil. If potting, any type of potting soil will do.
Do not plant in any media other than soil.
The top root on the cane should only be 1” below the ground line. If planted too deep, it will not grow a new shoot from the base of the plant. Plants should be spaced 3 to 4 feet apart. Do not trim roots.
DO NOT MULCH around our plants or fertilize plants until after roots are established. Do not plant or pot in any media containing bark or wood chips. We do not recommend potting in containers smaller than one gallon.
Plant before May 15 as a Loganberry is a cool weather plant.