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Blackberry
Family Rosaceae
Name Rubus fruticosus
Common Name Blackberry
Etymology
Rubus From Latin rubus meaning brambles or blackberryFrom Latin rubus meaning brambles or blackberry.
fruticosus From Latin fruticosus meaning bushy.

  See also:  Food plants

Blackberry is closely related to Raspberry. They bear fruit on second year canes. The canes are typically full of thorn but there are thornless varieties. Warning Blackberry can quickly invade the garden, creating a mass of thorns.



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