The blackberry fruit is in particular abundant in eastern North America and on the Pacific coast; in the British Isles and Western Europe. The bush is characterised by its usually prickly, erect, or trailing stems. The leaves usually have three or five oval coarsely toothed, stalked leaflets, many of which persist through the winter.
The blackberry fruit is an aggregate fruit that is consisting of many smaller fruits called drupes. A drupe is a type of fruit in which the outer fleshy part encompasses a seed. Another example of a drupe is the peach.
blackberries are also use to make candies. giveaways weihnachten

Leave a Reply.