Here Boysen is smaller, shaped different too. But agree, I can’t really tell them apart by taste. It is possible I gave you the wrong plant too, At the time I mentioned a small chance it’s not wyeberry. I’m removing my Boysen because it is not as hardy as Wyeberry. I tend to lose canes of boysen, only one fruited on an old plant this year. It has about 10 primocanes this year, and did last year too, but 9 died. The Wyeberry lost one cane out of 4. Berries of the wyeberries seem much brighter too when ripening. Both are thorny. Wyeberry grows a lot slower, less canes. I have them next to each other. Wyeberry ripens earlier too. Just by a week or so. For me the only thing the same is the taste. Maybe I have something going on I can’t explain, but no way are my thorny boysen and Wyeberry the same cultivar. Size, ripening time, hardiness, productivity, and vigor are all different. I noticed my boysens ripened pretty much in a short window, where wyeberry started ripening week before, and some are still ripening a week after boysen is done.