Youngberry

Youngberry is a complex hybrid between three different species from the genus Rubus, the raspberries, blackberries, and dewberries of the rose family. The berries of the plant are eaten fresh or used to make juice, jam, etc. Byrnes M. Young, a businessman in Morgan City, Louisiana, who loved science and plants, had an ongoing correspondence{cn|dat...
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Youngberry

A hybrid variety of blackberry with a dark red color and a sweet juicy flesh.
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Youngberry

A hybrid variety of blackberry with a dark red color and a sweet juicy flesh.
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youngberry

dewberry similar to a loganberry
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Youngberry

Youngberry is a crossbred blackberry with a red color benefit a sweet and juicy flesh. The youngberries develop a fortnight earlier than other blackberry species. Normally, youngberries are planted in grounds. When the fruit ripens, it turns purplish-black, close to a vessel with a cone shape.
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