Hybrid Berry - Loganberry LY654

Soft Fruit Plants
Loganberry LY654 Hybrid Berry

Rubus x loganobaccus
A cross between raspberry and blackberry with large dark red fruit and excellent flavour

Pollination:  Loganberry LY654 is self-fertile and a pollinator is not necessary for producing a crop.



Loganberry LY654 Hybrid Berry Plants for sale - order online

We supply trees and plants only during the winter planting season from late November to mid March. Orders placed now will not be be delivered until the winter planting season. You will not be required to pay until October but by ordering now you can ensure that the items are reserved for you and supplied as early as possible when we resume delveries in late November.
Please select form available items in the table below. Trees and plants are supplied bare root during the planting season from late November to early March.
Fruit / Variety Availability Price Qty required
Hybrid Berry Loganberry LY654  Available £5.00
Hybrid Berry Loganberry LY654 3L Container Available £10.50

The availability information shown in the availability column in the table is always up-to-date.
Available means Available for supply from Nov 2014 to March 2015
2015/16 means Sold out but available for supply winter 2015/16. Orders taken from May 2015
Sold out means Sold out for supply Nov 2014 to March 2015. May be available again winter 15/16




History and description of Loganberry LY654

Loganberry is a cross between raspberry and blackberry. LY654 is one of the best and most widely grown varieties. The fruit is dark red in colour and much longer than a raspberry. It is juicier but sharper flavoured than raspberry. The fruit ripens over a long period in July and August. For best flavour it should be allowed to fully ripen to a dark red colour before picking. It is best used for jams and summer puddings but can also be eaten fresh.

We supply Loganberry both as smaller field grown bare root and larger container grown plants. The canes need to be trained on wires either on a sunny wall or on posts with a spacing of about 3m (9ft) between plants.