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Blackthorn derives its name from its very dark bark and because of its thorny nature.

Blackthorn flowers has 5 creamy white petals.

Its fruit is called sloe which is used to make sloe gin, jellies, conserves and syrups.

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They are lovely blooms.


I love these, also the smell, which can be quite pungent.


Thank you Clive for visiting.

Yes, I remember your sloe gin (you are probably the one who appreciates it in your family).


We have these on the other side of our road as hedges and yes, I collect the sloe berries in October/ November to make sloe gin. Just in time for Christmas.
Wendy, we have black berry bushes in my garden as well. Hard to get rid of them though.


Let's hope that they have the will and strength to grow and bloom again.


I'm hoping to have some blackberries. Unfortunately, the Winter was pretty hard on the bushes out back. A lot of trees fell over top the blackberry bushes and they are not looking very well. I can't even see them yet..............Wendy


All I know is that Blackthorn fruit and Blackberries look very different though at first glance the flowers may look similar.

Wendy, you are going to have some delicious and healthy fruits when your blackberries ripen.


Is Blackthorn similar to our Blackberries? Where I live in Mission we have blackberries everywhere. I have tons of blackberry's out back in the bush behind the house. I'm having to cut them back constantly. But they sure are really big berries and very good...........Wendy

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