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Path to the Plate: Blackberries

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
November 23, 2021
Price
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Overview

Blackberry plants are excellent additions to Texas home gardens. They can be grown easily in small areas, they tolerate the high temperatures of Texas summers, and they bear abundant fruit in spring and early summer. This factsheet instructs gardeners on the care of blackberry plants and provides two recipes that showcase blackberries. (2 pages)

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