Olallieberry

There are various forms of spelling and definitions for olallieberries. Sharon Herbst describes the olallieberry as a cross between a youngberry and a loganberry, resembling a large elongated blackberry with a sweet distinctive flavor. Robert Hendrickson considers the olallieberry a cross between the loganberry and the blackberry that is firm, tender and not grossly seeded. The editors of the Sunset Western Garden Book say the "olallie" is a variety of blackberry that is large, firm and shiny black. All agree that it's well adapted to the west coast and great for pies and jams.
Source: Sunset Western Garden Book.
Brenzel, Kathleen Norris (ed.). Menlo Park, CA, Sunset Pub. Corp., 2007.
Date: Undated
Type: ARTICLE
Identifier: FF-OLALLIEBERRY

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Citation

“Olallieberry.” Sunset Western Garden Book. Brenzel, Kathleen Norris (ed.). Menlo Park, CA, Sunset Pub. Corp., 2007. SCPL Local History. https://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/items/show/4528. Accessed 23 Sep. 2019.