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Thought to be a cross between Loganberry and wild Cascade trailing blackberry (which it will pollinate), this berry was a very popular backyard crop 40 years ago, but it has long since been unavailable. Many still ask for it, because of an unmatched wild trailing blackberry flavor, a much larger size and higher productivity. Fruit ripens in July. USDA Zones 7-9.