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Thornless Loganberry

Original price $14.99 - Original price $14.99
Original price
$14.99
$14.99 - $14.99
Current price $14.99
SKU E560

The thornless Logan is thought to be a wild cross between a blackberry and a red raspberry. Plants are only about half as productive as either Marionberry or Tayberry, but large, flavorful fruit has a unique quality that is highly prized. Many people prefer the flavor to all others. USDA Zones 6-10.

Size: 4" Pot

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • What is the growing habit? Erect or trailing?

    Loganberries grow much like blackberries on a single virogous cane that begins erect, but will fall over without support.

  • Do these come as live plants, or dormant root balls?

    They are shipped in 4-inch pots.

Customer Reviews

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Sharon C.
They have arrived!

The berry plants arrived and are in good shape. Planted them and am hoping for a crop later this year!

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Ronald L.
Thornless Loganberry

Just planted them a week ago. They’ve taken, but won’t know much until next spring.

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Thomas B.
Amazing

Came in perfect condition will buy from them again

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Greg K.
An excellent arrival

The logan arrived in excellent condition. I am planting it inside a 27 gallon storage container(with lots of holes for drainage). It is inside a fence, to keep the deer away from it. It is doing well, going to sleep for the winter.

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Roy l.W.
A deep, satisfying taste from a large berry

I just had my first loganberries, and they are wonderful, with an earthy taste and an aftertaste that reminds me -- remotely -- of the smoky aroma of a well-aged Scotch whiskey. I can t wait to couple this with some French Vanilla ice cream. The plant has a couple of dozen berries and a few blossoms, so it has to be considered a good producer after two years of zero berries, a fault of my bad planning. I at first had it planted in morning shade where it received no sun until noon, but moved it last autumn so it gets sunlight after 1030, and that makes all the difference. I think I might have to buy at least one more of these from Raintree.