What Is a Dewberry?

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Dewberry is a trailing European bramble plant with soft prickles and edible blackberry-like fruit, which has a dewy white bloom on the skin. This plant belongs to the genus Rubus, they are common throughout most of the Northern Hemisphere.
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dew·ber·ry
[doo-ber-ee, -buh-ree, dyoo-]
NOUN [PLURAL DEW·BER·RIES.]
1.
(in North America) the fruit of any of several trailing blackberries of the genus Rubus.
2.
(in England) the fruit of a bramble, Rubus caesius.
3.
a plant bearing either fruit.
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A dewberry is pretty much the same thing as a blackberry, they just ripen sooner than the blackberries do. You can make jellies and jams just like with the blackberries and they look and taste the same.
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