Gardening Questions And Answers
Loganberry fruit seeds are smaller than those of both its blackberry and raspberry parents and are soft and not very numerous. Loganberries may be used in any recipe that calls for blackberries or raspberries. Loganberries store well for a few days in refrigeration and can also be frozen for longer keeping.
Bare-rooted loganberries are best planted during their dormant season in November-December before the ground becomes frozen or too wet. Or, as late as March in non-soggy soil Container plants can be planted any time. For ground plants, space about 2 m (6 ft) minimum between plants to allow for the inevitable suckering.
Like all fruiting canes and plants, it is best to purchase and plant out your loganberry in the autumn. Loganberries can be grown inside a greenhouse or outside. As a greenhouse fruiting plant, they are ideal, as it is very easy to train a single cane to grow horizontally along the eaves of a sloping […]
Texture: Loganberries that are going bad or just about to go bad become soft and mushy in their texture. Appearance: Another sign of confirmation of its spoilage in its discoloration. Mold appearance also confirms its spoilage. Odor: A foul odor is also clearly felt for those loganberries which have just gone bad.