How do you care for boysenberry plants?
Keeping this in view, do you prune boysenberries?
It is recommended that you prune them anytime between Autumn and Winter, once all fruiting has finished. Boysenberries are a variety of Blackberry (crossed with a Loganberry) and therefore, many of the same principals of pruning Blackberries, apply to pruning Boysenberries.
Also Know, how tall do boysenberry plants get? Size & Spacing When your plant matures, it will be approximately 5 - 6' tall x 5 - 6' wide.
Secondly, do boysenberries spread?
Boysenberries are planted when there are no more danger of frost in the garden. Plants are positioned 3-5 feet apart - they spread fast and easily, so if possible, give them plenty of room. Boysenberries can be grown from the seeds or from the rooted cuttings (tip layering method).
What can I feed boysenberries?
Fertilise raspberries, boysenberries, gooseberries, blackberries and currants with Tui Strawberry Food in spring and autumn. Blueberries and cranberries prefer slightly acidic fertiliser, so use Tui Citrus Food or Tui Acid Food on these in spring.