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Synonyms for blackberry

large sweet black or very dark purple edible aggregate fruit of any of various bushes of the genus Rubus

bramble with sweet edible black or dark purple berries that usually do not separate from the receptacle

pick or gather blackberries

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with fuchsia and blackberry vines, searching for clothespins, hanging
Nestled in brush and tangled in blackberry vines, the Torpedo was in rough condition, to say the least.
5 Your eyes and mine tangled like blackberry vines under the owner's fence.
A = alternative prey for beneficials, such as having prune trees or blackberry vines in which the parasitic wasp Anagrus epos can find and feed on other species of leaf hoppers to build up their numbers before the grapevines are growing.
So Trejo turned to landscape designer David Feix to transform a formerly neglected landscape of unkempt trees, overgrown shrubs, and blackberry vines into a vibrant sanctuary.
Then the blood trail simply stopped next to a steep ditch covered with a tangle of blackberry vines. The buck could have expired right there and fallen a long way down into the ditch without leaving any telltale signs.
That dark purple jelly--almost translucent, firm but not rubbery, sweet yet tangy--was the reward of many summer mornings my sister and I spent among the blackberry vines, sweating, avoiding briers, and watching out for snakes--always.
Establishing blackberry vines nearby will attract parasitic wasps, natural enemies of the grape leafhopper and grape berry moth, and planting a diversity" of flowering plants will attract many beneficial insects to feast on grapevine pests.
Depending on the location, the exposure, the soil type, it is ever so slowly being reclaimed by creeping blackberry vines, ground cones and puffballs that erupt through the gravel, bracken and fern, asters and chicory and poison oak, and by the detritus of the eroding slopes above and below it.
But goats don't chew thorn-covered blackberry vines, Murphy said Thursday.
They over-winter in parasitized eggs of other leaf-hoppers found in prune and plum trees and blackberry vines planted nearby, hatch and then parasitize grape leafhopper eggs in adjacent vineyards.