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Black Berry

BLACK BERRY
Rubus Rose Family  Rosaceae
May  Common
Description: Growing 4 to 6 feet tall, leaves are divided into 3 parts. Flowers in clusters. All  plants in the genus Rubus are woody, with curved stiff prickles (very prickly) or bristle shrubs  Fruits are tasty when ripe, I might add they have to be "dead ripe" for sweetness. Good for making preserves or jellies even pies.

Location: clearings, open woods, roadsides
 
 
Black Berry

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