Loganberries are not winter hardy and need protection from cold temperatures. Plants should be untied from supports and lain horizontally after the ground starts freezing. Cover canes with straw or loose hay at least a foot or more.
Prune loganberries in a similar fashion to blackberries. The most common form of loganberries are thornless.
Loganberries were developed by Judge James H. Logan in Santa Cruz, California at the turn of the century.
Loganberries, like most trailing blackberries, are difficult to grow in Illinois.
Choose a protected location and expect a crop every five to ten years. Be proud if you succeed more often.
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