Other NamesKotata Blackberry
Kotataberry, Rubus 'Kotata', is a hybrid berry, crossing two Blackberry species with Loganberry, and Boysenberry. Kotataberry developed by the USDA with Oregon State University in 1984 as a possible replacement for the Marionberry, because it has better cold tolerance and the fruit is more firm. Kotataberry did not replace Marionberry and is grown as an earlier-bearing complement. Other Rubus hybrid berries include Loganberry, Boysenberry, Marionberry, Silvanberry, and Tayberry. Kotataberry is also commonly called Kotata Blackberry.
It may be possible to find any kotataberry farms near your location. We have built a map that will show all of the berry farms in our directory!
Literary Gardener: Grow a food forest in your backyard
Shrubs: Western serviceberry (berries); red-flowering currant (berries); Oregon grape (berries); evergreen huckleberry (berries); salal (berries); Pacific blackberry (berries); bald-hip rose (rosehips). Herbaceous perennials/herbs: horsemint (leaves ... Mail Tribune [ story ]