Many ranches and fields in the country usually have blackberry bushes and are picked in the fall for pies and jelly. The bushes thrive with lots of water and are usually by ponds or irrigation ditches. Those on private property are guarded as they are a fall treasure with the ripe berries hanging ready to be picked.
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