black berry

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    rubus allegheniensis

    flowers in May - July
     
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    Our blackberries start blooming in mid April. Since our bees do such a wonderful job we also are happy to harvest lots of the berries for eating/freezing/canning and medicine. The leaves make great medicine as well, so we harvest them until the plants start to die off.