Rubus ulmifolius Schott (Blackberry)



Rubus ulmifolius

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Rubus ulmifolius Schott – (Blackberry)

Perennial plant of the Rose family – Rosaceae – till 10 m. Reddish crawling stems, covered with vigorous spines. Compound leaves, with three or five toothed leaflets, whitish below. Pink flowers. Fruits in polydrupe, black in maturity, edible (Blackberries). By the side of the paths, walls and brambles.

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