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loganberrylo‧gan‧ber‧ry /ˈləʊɡənbəri $ ˈloʊɡənberi/ noun (plural loganberries) [countable]  HBPDFFa soft dark red fruit like a large raspberry
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loganberryA mulberry is very similar in shape to a loganberry, but its taste is unique.Grandad was the gardener and planted a lot of fruit trees, including gooseberry, blackcurrant, plum and loganberry for the jam-making.The loganberry, a cross between the blackberry and the red raspberry, was developed in California in the late 1800s.
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