blackberry bush

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Synonyms for blackberry bush

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

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com to buy any fruit bush and receive a Karaka Black Blackberry bush.
MY potatoes are coming on nicely, the beetroot is looking good and the blackberry bush has gone, well, bananas.
It was hanging in a blackberry bush not two feet from where the first antler had been.
Naturally, in such a large undertaking the following events must be considered trifles: a thorn struck one woman's left eye, which she covered with a damp cloth; one child bawled and limped after he bumped into a log; an old man tripped over a blackberry bush, fell down and sprained his ankle; after ground onion was put on it, the man bravely endured the pain and, leaning on his cane, limped forward valiantly behind the leader.
He managed to land in a blackberry bush which cushioned his fall.
Remember the delight in finding an unexpected blackberry bush and the sweet, fresh taste of blackberries as you popped them into your mouth.
In it, Dunn announces that she was born in inner-city Chicago and spent her formative years ``hiding under a blackberry bush.
A CLIFFORD Chester-Le-Street Halloween Approach THE black mesh angel smoulders across the sky and the dark witch sweeps by Satan himself has awakened and the demon coves are shaken like volcanic ashes in the sky as darkened clouds pass by The full moon is aglow and black wolves howl below as the cold wind blows The blackberry bush pricks our fingers as we pick the berries from the bushes The grass is no longer lush The trees are bare and sad Flowers sleep, the rain is bad The ice is gray and people sad Knock, knock knock on the door Trick or treat once more as people's faces show their fear, Yes, Halloween is here.
It was there, near a blackberry bush and a few yards from woods called The Plantation, that it is believed she was struck down, before her body was found in a ditch days later.
Phyllis and her husband live on less than a third of an acre just 2 miles from downtown Austin, Texas, where they tend fruit trees, grapevines, a blackberry bush and various vegetables.