"While tidy rows of BLACKBERRY BUSHES offer the simplest harvesting opportunities for self sufficient gardeners, you may prefer to 'mix it up' by growing blackberries under a canopy of complementary trees, as well as mingling them with other food bearing shrubs. It's also helpful to use herbs and flowers that help maintain shrub health. Blackberries thrive in a number of climates and soil conditions, although they dislike boggy or nitrogen depleted soil.
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Rose 'Black Baccara' (Hybrid Tea Rose) Rosa, Rosa 'Meidebenne' Hardy Shrub These dramatic, maroon black roses were originally reserved for the cut flower industry, but now you can grow them in your own garden. The delicately scented flowers are at their darkest as the buds unfurl, before opening into well shaped blooms with rich, velvet red petals.