Rubus plicatus (Wild Blackberry)


Origin: Blackberries are native to Europe, North America, and parts of Asia.
Appearance: Blackberries have a deep purple to black color when ripe, with a sweet-tart flavor and juicy texture. They consist of numerous small drupelets clustered together.
Family: Blackberries belong to the Rosaceae family, which also includes raspberries and strawberries.
Growing Conditions: Blackberries thrive in well-drained soil and full sun but can tolerate partial shade. They are often grown on trellises or in hedgerows.
Culinary Use: Blackberries are delicious eaten fresh or used in jams, pies, cobblers, and desserts. They pair well with other fruits in fruit salads and smoothies.

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