Loganberries are a cross between a blackberry and a raspberry, providing large red fruit that is arguably best enjoyed cooked. Loganberries combine the vigour of blackberry plants with the colour and taste of raspberries.
There are both spine and spineless varieties of loganberries. On my allotment, I have a variety with spines (thorns), and it is a vigorous plant that has caused me pain over the years when attempting to prune and tie in the plant. For this reason, I would suggest opting for a spine free variety.
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