Rubus loganobaccus is a deciduous shrub species from the Rosaceae family. Native to South Australia, this plant has also been introduced to Great Britain. It is commonly known by the name Loganberry, this name refers to the edible fruits produced.
How to propagate Loganberry
You can propagate by root division in winter.
From seeds, cuttings or suckers.
Special features of Loganberry
Attracts useful insects
Other uses of Loganberry
Grown for their foliage, fruits and flowers or ornamental, often prickly stems. Deciduous species may be grown for their winter stems Suitable for coastal conditions.