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  1. photo Growing Berries Guide to Cane Berries: Blackberries, <b>Loganberries</b>, Olallieberries and RaspberriesGrowing Berries Guide to Cane Berries: Blackberries, Loganberries, Olallieberries and RaspberriesArticle
    Growing berries can be easy and a wonderfully tasty additions to any garden, even small ones with room for trellised, upward growth. The cane berry group includes blackberries, loganberriesRead more
  2. photo How to Transplant Berry Plants: Strawberries and Cane BerriesHow to Transplant Berry Plants: Strawberries and Cane BerriesArticle
    Spring is the ideal time to transplant berry plants like strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and loganberries for healthy summer harvests. As soon as the ground is workable in your area, youRead more
  3. photo 5 Organic U-Pick Farms in the U.S.5 Organic U-Pick Farms in the U.S.Article
    and blackberries at 640 Highway 1 in Pescadero. What the hell is an olallieberry, you ask? It’s a tasty cross between a loganberry, blackberry and raspberry. Webb Ranch: Also situated in central CaliforniaRead more
  4. photo Gardening by the Moon: Using the Moon Cycle as Your Gardening CalendarGardening by the Moon: Using the Moon Cycle as Your Gardening CalendarArticle
    , it is best to sow seeds and transplant leafy vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, spinach and lettuce. Brambly cane fruits such as raspberries, blackberries and loganberries are alsoRead more
  5. photo How to Make Heavenly Homemade Fruit WinesHow to Make Heavenly Homemade Fruit WinesArticle
    . Strong flavored berries such as blackberries, loganberries and strawberries produce tasty wines, as the tannins in their seeds provide robust and full-bodied flavors. Blueberries make a milder wine, whichRead more
  6. photo RaspberriesRaspberriesArticle
    are fragrantly sweet with a subtly tart overtone. It’s no surprise that loganberries and boysenberries are hybrids of raspberries. How to Buy and Store Raspberries Think of raspberries as a delicacyRead more
  7. photo How To Make Your Own Fruit VinegarHow To Make Your Own Fruit VinegarArticle
    vinegar, but consider the endless possibilities with pear, plum, raspberry, blackberry, loganberry, persimmon–or even tomato vinegar. These delectable flavors will have you hooked as soon as you taste themRead more

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Loganberry

Fruit

The loganberry (Rubus × loganobaccus) is an hexaploid hybrid produced from pollination of a plant of the octaploid blackberry cultivar 'Aughinbaugh' (Rubus ursinus) by a diploid red raspberry (Rubus idaeus). The plant and the fruit resemble the blackberry more than the raspberry, but the fruit color is a dark red, rather than black as in blackberries. Loganberries are cultivated commercially...More