Rubus caesius L.

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The dull-blue colored dewberries makes one think that the fruit is covered in mold, but that's absolutely not the case. These blackberries but are generally juicier and just as sweet as the common blackberry. Dewberries are very common on sunny areas in the dunes and along large rivers and railway embankments. They grow in calcium-rich soils where organic material decomposes quickly, releasing a l... © Copyright Ecomare (licence)

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