Grow Your Own Boysenberries
The boysenberry is a triple cross of the European Raspberry, a common Blackberry and a Loganberry. Fruits are far larger than the common raspberry and turns a deep maroon colour when ripe. Boysenberries are commonly used in making jams and pies with their particularly juicy and tangy fruit being well suited to cooking.
Named after Californian grower Richard Boysen who conducted experiments in the 1930's crossing the three species, the cross was later grown commercially by Walter Knott. Knott's berry farm became world famous for their distinctive Boysenberry preserves.
The Boysenbery won't be available in your local shop due to it's short shelf life but is an absolute must for the home grower.
Boysenberries are a good source of Antioxidants, Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin C, Iron and Potassium.
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