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The Boysenberry Bush is a lovely plant that grows best in climate zones four through eight and at full maturity can be 4-8 feet tall. It can also be up to eight feet wide when it is full grown. The wait on the slow-growing time is worth it. It will enjoy a full sunlight environment paired with just about any soil conditions your landscape may have. The fruit this shrub produces is similar to that of a blackberry and can be used to make many delicious treats for you and your family. Just make sure to give this plant room to grow and spread. These small shrubs are a wonderful perennial that grows back each year. They provide delicious berries that can be eaten right from the bush and homeowners and families love them. They are amazing when picked and used to create delicious desserts such as pies, cakes and also jams and jellies. These plants are very easily grown and takes no special care. They provide a very natural look when growing and they also produce lovely and gorgeous white flowers during the spring that later give way to the delicious berries that it brings. These small shrubs also are great to bring in small wildlife. Squirrels, chipmunks, and other small animals love to feast on these berries, and they also attract a wide variety of birds that also think they are delicious. These berries are a blue in color when ripe, and they offer a very sweet taste to them when they are ready to be harvested.