Thornless Boysenberry Plant

Huge Berries with Sweet-Tart Flavor

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Thornless Boysenberry Plant

Huge Berries with Sweet-Tart Flavor

A sweet treat in midsummer! The very large, almost seedless, sweet, dark maroon-colored berries boast a sweet-tart flavor and are excellent in jams and jellies, wine, preserves and for fresh eating. Thornless boysenberry canes produce 4-6 quarts per plant at maturity. The trailing canes grow 4-6 ft. tall. Boysenberries are harvested when the fruits drop from the vine at the slightest touch. Boysenberries don't keep well—so the best way to enjoy them is to grow them yourself. For best results, plant boysenberries in well-drained, slightly acidic soil in full sun. Self-pollinating. Zones 5-10.
  • 13112
  • No. 1, 1-yr bareroot
  • Spring
  • $19.99
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Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Rubus ursinus var. loganobaccus inermis 'boysen'
  • Height: 6 - 8 feet
  • Spacing: 3 - 6 feet.
  • Depth:Same depth as they were in the nursery
  • Spread:3 - 6 feet
  • Light Required:Full Sun
  • Pollinator:Self-pollinating.
  • Yield: 4 - 6 quarts at maturity. Bearing age: 2 years.
  • Color: Small white flowers.
  • Size: No. 1, 1 Yr Plants
  • Blooms: Mid Spring, Late Spring
  • Fruit: Large, reddish-purple berry.
  • Zone: 5-10
  • Form: Fruit, Small Fruit, Boysenberry
  • Flower Form: Small white flowers
  • Soil Requirements: Boysenberries prefer slightly acidic, well-drained soil. Mulch well to ensure the root system remains moist during the growing season.
  • Growth Rate: Slow growth rate while establishing.
  • Pruning: Prune in winter to remove all canes that have fruited and all damaged and weak canes. Remove canes to the base, as close to the ground as possible. Tie up young trailing canes to a trellis system, they will fruit in the second year. Remove tips so canes do not become too long and encourage fruiting laterals.
  • Foliage: Deep green foliage.

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