Rubus ursinus x R. idaeus
This is a vining perennial that requires trellis-like support. It produces elongated, blackberry-like fruit with a dark purple colour and sweet taste. Boysenberry are the result of crossing raspberries, loganberries and blackberries. Best grown in full sun and average to dry well-drained soil. Plant the crown of the plant 5 cm below the soil line.
Avoid planting in the same soil or close to potatoes, tomatoes, eggplants or peppers as they may have left behind soil-borne verticillium wilt.
Grown in a 2 gallon container
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