Boysenberry plants are the result of a cross between raspberries and blackberries. The large, tasty fruit of the boysenberry becomes dark, reddish purple when ripe. Boysenberry bushes can be grown in zones 5 and south, but are considered an invasive species in some parts of the country.
Successful Boysenberry Plants Are No Accident
Although boysenberry plants are vigorous and will trail freely, you'll have a healthier and more productive plant if follow the following tips:
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