BERRY - BLACKBERRY, Thornless Scientific Name:
Rubus fruticosus 'Loch ness'Seeds:
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- Sprawling thornless shrub growing up to 4m, with 3-5 lobed palm-shaped leaves, white to pale-pink flowers and clusters of very large and juicy blackberry fruit.
- Full sun.
- Need cold winters.
- Need to be supported.
- Dried leaves are made into a tea – is an ingredient of herb tea blends.
- Fruits are eaten raw / cooked/ made into jam, syrup, cordials, jellies, wine and to flavour vinegar.
Medicinal Uses. It is said that:
- Leaves, roots, and fruit.
- Leaves are strongly astringent – use as a mouth wash for gum inflammation, ease mouth ulcers and gargle for sore throats.
- Use as a wash for wounds.
- Astringent tonic and mildly diuretic.
- Decoction of the roots will relieve diarrhoea, cystitis and haemorrhoids.
New! We also have several herbal products available including tinctures and dried herbs!
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