The trailing blackberry is the only native blackberry to the Pacific Northwest. It is loaded with hellaciously sharp thorns that rip, sting, and can nearly entangle unsuspecting hikers, and in late summer this is more than made up for by the massive crop of delightfully sweet and bountiful blackberries!
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