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Himalayan blackberry seeds

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An invasive, non-native plant that is brutally thorny, but also a sweet and delicous food crop for humans and animals alike.

Highly resistant to herbicide. Cut canes root instantly wherever they touch the ground and continue growing as if nothing has happened. This is one tough plant!

Battle Ground, Washington

This species has done tremendous damage to wild and cultivated lands on the west coast, especially in the Pacific northwest. It’s also present in the middle Atlantic states and in the midwest.

Gardeners’ Notes:

This plant is said to grow outdoors in the following regions:

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On Dec 16, 2017, Bear_with_me from Vancouver, WA (Zone 8a) wrote:

If you are thinking of growing this plant at home for it’s delicious berries, there are a number of native Rubus species with equally or more dilectable and plentiful fruit. While there are a large number of excellent native Rubus species, they are not often found in grocery stores simply because the fruit does hold up well during shipping. If grown for home use, this should not be a problem and I would strongly recommend looking into your native species!

This is a “B” designated weed in Oregon.

Harbor, Oregon(2 reports)