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The child was lying facedown under blackberry bushes.
People also make wine from blackberries and elderberries.
The current Fixe Sunday brunch menu offers egg dishes, a burger or French toast with honey-foie gras butter and blackberries.
Wines range from Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Riesling to fruit wines made from fresh strawberries, blackberries, peaches and raspberries.
Add the ice to the pitcher and serve, using a cocktail spoon to retrieve a blackberry or two to place in each portion.
Bulbs-type plants: Achimenes, African iris, agapanthus, amaryllis, blackberry lily, bulbine, caladiums, canna, crinum, crocosmia, day lily, eucharis lily, gladiolus, gloriosa lily, peacock ginger, society garlic, rain lily and walking iris.
At the World’s Fair, Erickson befriended famed horticulturist Luther Burbank, whose inventions included the crimson Phenomenal berry, a blackberry-raspberry cross similar to a loganberry.
Doing some insider trading on your Blackberry while cruising down I-95?
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Before 12th Century
First Known Use of blackberry
before 12th century
BLACKBERRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blackberry for English Language Learners
: a black or dark purple berry that is sweet and juicy; also : the plant that blackberries grow on
BLACKBERRY Defined for Kids
Definition of blackberry for Students
: the black or dark purple sweet juicy berry of a prickly plant related to the raspberry
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