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Definition of the noun loganberry
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noun - plural: loganberries
- red-fruited bramble native from Oregon to Baja California
- large red variety of the dewberry
Alternative definition of the noun loganberry
- A hybrid berry, Rubus × loganobaccus, produced by crossing a raspberry with a blackberry.
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A Manual of Methods which Have Yielded Greatest Success, with the Lists of Varieties Best Adapted to the Different Districts of the State by Edward James Wickson
The Loganberry is an exceedingly robust grower, and has unique foliage and cane growth as well as fruit.
A special arrangement commended for the Loganberry is the following: Plant the rows eight feet apart and_vines four feet apart in the ...
California Fruit News (1920)
tress Loganberry is a tender creature. and well of cold is generally followed by influ death. the blistering heat,
by Geoff Stebbings
The loganberry is a popular hybrid cane fruit raised by Judge Logan in California in 1881 as a cross between a raspberry and a blackberry. Many people consider it to be the world's first hybrid berry. Loganberries have large, deep red fruits ...
Romance Of Living (1962)
by Singh, A. & Bhalla, M.M. (eds.)
The loganberry is a result of breeding of this kind. This process has been applied to everything the farmer grows. A wild plant is taken which is moderately rich in sugar, and improved by scientific principles until at last we have the sugar beet, ...
Farm Horticulture (2009)
by George William Hood
The loganberry is a hybrid between the red antwerp raspberry and a native blackberry of California, produced by Judge J. H. Logan, of Santa Cruz, California. It is a plant well adapted to the northwestern States of Washington and Oregon as ...
Pupil's Book by David Sang, Peter Ellis
The loganberry is a fruit thought to be the result of breeding together a raspberry and a type of blackberry. It has a larger sweeter berry than either of its parents. a What word describes the breeding of two different varieties of plant to produce ...
Rational Diet (1996)
An Advanced Treatise on the Food Question by Otto Carque
THE LOGANBERRY is a hybrid plant obtained by crossing the red raspberry and the blackberry. The fruit is large, long, dark-red in color, sub-acid in flavor, and good in quality. It makes an excellent unfermented fruit juice. It is grown in nearly ...
Abundant Gardening (2012)
by Donald J. Pottner
The Loganberry is a cross between a raspberry and a blackberry. The horticulturist, James Logan, accidentally crossed the two brambles. It is a modern variety of bramble. Loganberries look like red blackberries. They are very bountiful ...
An Illustrated Guide to the World's Food Plants by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Rubus x losanobaccus The loganberry is a hybrid of the raspberry and blackberry. While it is not always popular for its flavor, it has proved to be an invaluable source for creating a number of new hybrid Rubus berries. Historical Origins The ...
Genetically Modified Food (2009)
How Biotechnology Is Changing What We Eat by Jeri Freedman
For example, the loganberry is a hybrid of the raspberry and blackberry, a tangelo is a hybrid of the mandarin orange and the grapefruit, and the beefalo is a hybrid of ...
Part C. The Santa Fe Route with a Side Trip to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado by Nelson Horatio Darton
The loganberry is a hybrid produced by crossing a red raspberry with a species of blackberry. It was named for its originator, Judge Logan, of California. At Chemawa is an Indian school with good buildings and well- kept grounds. It has about ...
by John F. Mongillo, Linda Zierdt-Warshaw
The loganberry is an edible fruit produced by crossing the red raspberry with the western dewberry. Hybridization has been used successfully to produce heartier crop plants that are more DROUGHT resistant, disease resistant, and frost ...
Over 2250 Cocktails by Simon Difford
The loganberry is a cross between a blackberry and a raspberry and is named after its Californian creator, James H Logan. Other later hybnds of the two fruits include the tayberry (named after the Scottish nver) and the boysenberry (named ...
by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
The loganberry is a vigorous, nearly trailing, blackberry- like plant with compound leaves and prickly canes. Its winered, tart berries are canned, ...
The Garden (1903)
An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Gardening in All Its Branches by William Robinson
The Loganberry is a vigorous grower, the shoots reaching 10 feet to 12 feet high in a season. Its handsome foliage is striking, and it gives an abundant supply of large ...
Horticultural Trade Journal (1903)
The Loganberry is the hardiest fruit we have here; it went through all the frost without injury to leaf or fruit. Raspberries, by its side, were much damaged. Strawberries had only a few flowers forward enough to be damaged, and have given a ...
The Gardeners' Chronicle (1903)
A Weekly Illustrated Journal of Horticulture and Allied Subjects
The Loganberry is the hardiest fruit we have here ; it went through all the frost without injury to leaf or fruit. Raspberries, by its side, were much damaged. Strawberries had only a few flowers forward enough to be damaged, and have given a ...
by Jane Stern, Michael Stern
The loganberry was created late in the nineteenth century, when horticulturalist James Harvey Logan, trying to breed a heartier blackberry, accidentally planted blackberry bushes near raspberries. The resulting hybrid was a fruit that is dark ...
a reference system of commercial horticulture, covering the practical and scientific phases of horticulture, with special reference to fruits and vegetables by William Worthington
upon the loganberry as well. This is apparently an American disease , first described by Burrill in Illinois about 1882, and has often been referred to as causing considerable loss in various sections of the country. It is probably the ...
by Walter P. Wright
Loganberry.—A hybrid fruit, raised in America, perhaps by intercrossing a Blackberry and a Raspberry.
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anoun, plural loganberries WORD HISTORY: loganberry The loganberry is ...
by G. Rehm
Bailey boysenberry, loganberry, marionberry, tayberry, youngberry ronce framboise Loganberry, Boysenberry zarza de Longan, Zarza frambuesa Rubus idaeus L. raspberry framboisier, ...
by John F. Mariani
Two importanthybrids ofthe blackberry were discovered by Americans: the“ loganberry” (possibly a cross between theblackberry andtheraspberry, foundbyJudgeJ. H. Loganof California, in 1881); and the “boysenberry”(a crossof the loganberry ...
Opera, Operetta, Musical Comedy by Robert Blumenfeld
Loganberry to New Orleans to investigate the shady practices of the Louisiana Purchasing Company.
The Diner's Dictionary (2012)
Word Origins of Food and Drink by John Ayto
loganberry A loganberry looks like a slightly elongated raspberry. It is a cross between the raspberry and the blackberry, first raised in by the American lawyer and horticulturist J. H. Logan in Santa ...
From a Medical Anthropologist's Files, Here Are Nature's Own Healing Juices for Hundreds of Today's Most Common Health Problems by John Heinerman
Other lesser known but equally delicious blackberry relatives are the loganberry and tayberry. Both are blackberryraspberry hybrids.
by William A. Everett, Paul R. Laird
Loganberry, however, hilariously muddles through each possible scandal, as one might expect from the clown Moore. The score did not include any of Berlin's greatest songs, but the title number was memorable, and “Sex Marches On” was a ...
School Dictionary (1995)
by C. M. Schwarz
loganberry lonry loganberry noun a kind of fruit like a large raspberry, loggerhead : at loggerheads quarrelling. logic noun the study of reasoning correctly; correctness of reasoning. - adjective logical according to the rules of logic or sound ...
The Wellness Dictionary (2015)
by Patti Flora
greens Watercress Red cabbage Sweet potato Chard Summer squash Butternut squash Zucchini squash Pumpkin Spanish onion Leek Cactus leaves Mango Pineapple Strawberry Loganberry VEGETABLES Sunchoke Lettuce Oyster plant ...
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for Reya and Gary, who wondered what one is...
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Perfectly ripe. It wasn't there a few moments later :-)
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Early spring walk round West Dean Gardens near Singleton, West Sussex.
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Came home and picked some LoganBerrys. Put them in a dish of water and later saw the tiny bubbles sparkling in the sunlight. Delicious
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Taken with the new Olympus in super-macro mode.
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- Loganberry Avenue, Pendleton
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- Loganberry Picking
A day trip to Sequim, WA brought us to Graysmarsh Farms for lavender and berry-picking.
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- Loganberry books
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- Loganberry Avenue and Holm Court, Salford
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Scrabble value of L1O1G2A1N1B3E1R1R1Y4
The value of this 10-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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