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     rainymountain's Boysenberry x 1 Flowering

Plant: Boysenberry (Rubus ursinus x idaeus) |

Rubus ursinus ‘Boysen’
Fruit very large, non-shiny, dark maroon berries, very aromatic, ripens early summer; vigorous trailing vines; white flowers in Spring; moist, well-drained soil, fertilize in early spring all purpose fertilizer; full sun; 5-6ft h x w; Z5 -28C to -23C
Make sure crown is not set too deeply

SE of middle arch, bone and blood meal + manure added to hole when planted. The bed there seemed to be very light potting soil, dug down to earth. Watered, followed by thunder storm and rain.




Planting Data

Boysenberry (32)

Purchased from Nico's Nurseryland


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  • Amarylis

    Amarylis wrote:

    I wondered what this was! It looked a bit like a Clematis flower! You’ve given a good description of the fruit but what do they taste like? Do you have a photo of them?

    Posted on 22 Jun 12 (almost 3 years ago)

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