Definition of Sand blackberry

1. Noun. Stiff shrubby blackberry of the eastern United States (Connecticut to Florida).

Exact synonyms: Rubus Cuneifolius
Generic synonyms: Blackberry, Blackberry Bush



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sand Blackberry

sanctums
sanctus
sanctus bell
sand
sand-art
sand-blind
sand-crack
sand-grouse
sand-martin
sand art
sand badger
sand bar
sand bars
sand bath
sand berry
sand blackberry (current term)
sand bodies
sand boil
sand box
sand boxes
sand cast
sand cat
sand cats
sand cherry
sand crab
sand crack
sand cricket
sand dab
sand devil's claw
sand dollar

Literary usage of Sand blackberry

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1. Sketch of the Evolution of Our Native Fruits by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1898)
"In its wild state the sand blackberry produces many varieties of excellent quality, but the smallness of the fruits hinders their introduction into ..."

2. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1902)
"sand blackberry. Fig. 239, Vol. I. Plant stiff and thorny, usually not oven 3—4 ft. tall, the prickle-s many, hooked, ..."

3. Flora of Pennsylvania by Thomas Conrad Porter (1903)
"sand blackberry. (Man. p. 496 ¡I. Tl.f- icoi.) In sandy soil, Conn, to Mo., Fla. and La.— Pennsylvania : LANCASTER ; CHESTER ; BUCKS ; DELAWARE. 8. ..."

4. Sketch of the Evolution of Our Native Fruits by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1898)
"In its wild state the sand blackberry produces many varieties of excellent quality, but the smallness of the fruits hinders their introduction into ..."

5. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1902)
"sand blackberry. Fig. 239, Vol. I. Plant stiff and thorny, usually not oven 3—4 ft. tall, the prickle-s many, hooked, ..."

6. Flora of Pennsylvania by Thomas Conrad Porter (1903)
"sand blackberry. (Man. p. 496 ¡I. Tl.f- icoi.) In sandy soil, Conn, to Mo., Fla. and La.— Pennsylvania : LANCASTER ; CHESTER ; BUCKS ; DELAWARE. 8. ..."

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