Boysenberry

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Boysenberries in different stages of growth.

A boysenberry is an aggregate fruit. It has large seeds and a maroon color. It is commonly used in jams and pies. When cooked into jams and pies, it changes color.

Boysenberries are almost the same as raspberries and blackberries. They are just slightly different.