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The "Crystal White," So Called

Mr. Burbank learned that a wild blackberry of New Jersey, pictured above, lighter in color than any other blackberry, had been introduced as a garden novelty under the name "Crystal White." Although lighter than any other blackberry, it was of a muddy brown color, as can be seen from the photograph; and the berries were small and of poor flavor. This wild berry, however, was the first step in the production of Mr. Burbank's perfected white blackberry.

The Crystal White, So Called

This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 2 Chapter 2