The Q&A Archives: Berry Differences

Question: What are the differences between blackberries and boysenberries? (Taste, berry size, yield, time of harvest, etc)

Answer: Boysenberry is a blackberry cultivar. The fruits ripen over a two-month period. Berries are large (1 1/4" long, 1" thick), reddish and soft. For a complete description of all blackberry cultivars and average yields, visit this website:
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