The loganberry is a blackberry-raspberry hybrid discovered somewhat by accident in the 19th century. Loganberries are most popular in the states of Washington and Oregon largely due to the climate in these states. These beautiful thornless loganberries keep your arms and hands scratch-free while harvesting. The canes are not as upright as its raspberry parent and tend to creep like its blackberry parent, so Loganberry requires trellising. The Loganberry fruits are earlier than its blackberry parent, ready to harvest, generally from mid-June-mid-August when they are a deep purple color, rather than red. Berries have unique wild berries aroma. They prefer fertile, well-draining, loamy soil and full sun. When your plant matures, it will be approximately 4 – 6′ tall and 12 – 24″ wide. Self-pollinating. USDA Zones 6-10.