Boysenberries are very sweet and juicy. They make the best pies and jellies! Boysenberries have few seeds and have more flavor than standard blackberries. They are easily grown and very productive. Allow the Boysenberry canes to grow to a height of 18-30 in. the first year and then prune a few inches to form a stocky, upright bush which will hold a crop without trellising. With no thorns, they're easy to pick, and can be trained to trellis or fence.
- Boysenberries will require winter protection where temperatures go below 5°
- Care and cultivation should be thorough and frequent, not only the first year but after plants come into bearing, especially when the berries are growing and ripening
- Moderate moisture is required and with proper care your plants will produce plentiful harvests for over two months