Loganberries were first bred in the 1880's by
crossing a Raspberry with a Blackberry. It is a long-lived plant remaining
productive for 15 years. From an established bush it is possible to expect a
yield of 7-8kg. The loganberry will bear fruit in stages between over 2 months
from July to September. They are more disease and frost resistant than other
Loganberries are best grown in full sun in a
sheltered position although they tolerate partial shade as long as the soil
doesn't dry out. Loganberries like deep, well-drained, loamy soils which hold
water in the summer.
Loganberries are available pre-packed from
late-October to March. They are available in containers all year round.
A vigorous, thornless bush which has large,
long, oblong, dark red fruit which has the combined flavours of both its
parents. Use for freezing, jam-making, and preserving.
1 x Plant in 3 Litre
Container £7.75 each