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Blackberries

Discussion in 'Gardening On Your Homestead' started by CrealCritter, Jul 11, 2018.

  1. Jul 11, 2018
    CrealCritter

    CrealCritter Super Self-Sufficient

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    Our blackberries are YUGE this year. They must have really liked all that rain we got.

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    frustratedearthmother

    frustratedearthmother Sustainability Master

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    Daaaaang! That's crazy big!! What kind are those....and are they thornless? I need to plant some more...
     
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    CrealCritter

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    Not thornless - they grow wild out back of my place.
     
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    frustratedearthmother

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    Wow - blackberries don't get that big here...at least not wild ones. I had planted some a few years back that were a thornless variety with great big berries like that - but we had 6 months of constant wetness and they drowned. :(
     
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    NH Homesteader

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    Whoa that is crazy! We did have a lot of berry bushes. The goats ate them... But my parents have a ton so we'll be over there picking before too long!
     
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    CrealCritter

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    Maybe someone planted a bunch before I bought the place? They are not thornless that I can say without a doubt... I consider them wild because I don't take care of them, they are completely on their own.
     
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    BarredBuff

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    Never seen wild ones that large. That is crazy!
     

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