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A Loganberry is a cross between a blackberry and a raspberry. Loganberries appear to have been produced by accident in Oregon in the 1800s, and they quickly spread all the way South to Mexico. In the Pacific Northwest, loganberries are a very popular berry, and many people like to cultivate them at home. Commercial loganberries tend to be expensive, because the plants are difficult to manage commercially and the berries are very hard to harvest.