CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 1994 |
All of those plump, juicy, dark red boysenberries in the world can be traced to their roots in Knott's Berry Farm. More than 60 years ago, theme park founder and farmer Walter Knott was always looking for crops he could grow better than other farmers, said Patsy Marshall, Knott's historian. And the boysenberry, a cross between a loganberry, red raspberry and blackberry, became Knott's Berry Farm's claim to fame--in pies, jams and jellies.