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Himalayan Blackberry

Himalayan blackberry is a very hardy, over-wintering wild berry that was introduced in the mid-19th century for this purpose (to make jam and for pollination of other blackberries). It has spread rapidly, and now covers nearly 1 million acres of forested mountain slopes and is capable of outcompeting native species.

Himalayan blackberry photos:

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October's Weed of the Month: Himalayan Blackberry - WeedWise Program
Himalayan Blackberry (Edible Plants on UC Berkeley Campus) · iNaturalist
Himalayan Blackberry Plants: Invasive, Noxious, and Beautiful - Owlcation
Himalayan blackberry (Rubus armeniacus) - Fraser Valley Invasive Species  Society
Himalayan blackberry, Rubus armeniacus. Invasive species Stock Photo - Alamy
Himalayan Blackberry (Rubus armeniacus) in Seattle [OC] - The berries are  very edible but this is an invasive specie… - Blackberry plants, Berries,  Invasive species
Himalayan Blackberry Bush Plant with berries fruit and leaves in summer  Stock Photo - Alamy
FIELD NOTES: Himalayan blackberry requires combat, creativity to control -  Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber
Blackberry - Wikipedia

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