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Are these blackberries?

These grew on the edge of the woods. I have never seen them before but I normally weed Wacker the edge of the woods around my yard. Are they blackberries? They look like it to me but I have no idea about stuff like this. Just wondering if I should try and eat them. If they are, is there anything I could do to move them to a better spot later on? Thanks.








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Good to eat,I call them trip vine type of blackberries,because I always trip on them.

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Look mighty tasty to me. Don't know about transplanting them but I wouldn't be hitting them with the string trimmer

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Dewberries

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They're horrible, don't eat them. Pick all the black ones, then call me. I'll come take them so you don't get sick.

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black raspberries

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Haha thanks. They definitely looked like them to me but what do I know? Haha.

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Seems early for berries. Oh well. Look good.

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Dewberries. Not blackberries, or black raspberries. Plenty safe to eat

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Re: Are these blackberries?

Dew berries is my guess. How tall are they? Black berries are not nowhere near ripe in our area and they should be 4 to 5 feet tall when they have berries. I don't even think I have seen any black berries with blossoms on them yet. My yellow raspberry is just beginning to show buds.
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