Boysenberrys are named after Rudolph Boysen who had experimented in the late 1920s America crossing Raspberry with Blackberry and Loganberry the result was a delicious new red black juicy fruit. Boysen abandoned his experiments but fortunately a berry fruit enthusiast a Mr Walter Knott found the few remaining plants and successfully propagated new plants from which the current Boysenberrys originate. Produces good heavy crops of red purple large raspberry fruits that have a sweet blackberry flavour. Succeeds well even in dry conditions
Available in economy and premium selection
Economy - rooted into its pot but a further season before moving up a pot size.
Premium - more growth in its pot. More mature than Economy
We offer a full planting service, in and around East Anglia, for all our trees and plants, working in areas from town gardens, to large estates with plants that range from a single tree, to whole woodlands and everything in between.