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Rubus loganobaccus Trailing Berry

Botanical Name: Common Names:
Rubus loganobaccus Trailing Berry Thornless Loganberry,
Native: Foliage Type:
No Deciduous
Plant Type: Plant Habit:
Climbers, Hedging / Screening, Shrubs Climbing / Twining, Spreading, Upright

Thornless Blackberry has long trailing canes which can grow to 7 metres in length and bears richly flavoured fruit from mid-to-late summer. In second and subsequent years, they produce extra fruit after cutting back their lateral shoots. Grows best were they get a winter chill and avoid hot westerly winds. Can still bear some thorns, but nothing like the wild, invasive form.

Mature Height: Mature Width:
4-10m 4-10m

Position: Soil Type:
Full Sun, Semi Shade Loam, Well Drained

Landscape Use(s)
Bird Attracting, Borders / Shrubbery, Courtyard, Edible Garden, Formal Garden, Hedging / Screening, Mass Planting, Container / Pot

Pests & Diseases: Botrytis

Cultural Notes:

Plant Care
Annual slow release fertiliser, Keep moist during dry periods, Liquid feed, Mulch well

Family Name: Origin:
Rosaceae Europe

Foliage Colour: Green
Flower Colour: White
Flower Fragrant: No
Flowering Season: Spring
Fruit: Yes

Requirements Tolerances
Growth Rate: Fast
Maintenance Level: Medium
Water Usage: High
Drought: Medium / Moderate
Frost: Moderate
Wind: Medium / Moderate