20 Things You Didn’t Know About Blackberries

  1. No, we’re not talking about a brand of smartphone.
  2. A blackberry is actually not a fruit, but an aggregate fruit composed of drupelets.
  3. A peach is a drupe, for example, also known as a stone fruit. A blackberry is composed of small drupes, or drupelets.
  4. Wikipedia says that blackberry shrubs are known to tolerate poor soil, readily…

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