SisLeahM
SisLeahM
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  • Dayton, OH
Asked on May 17, 2017

Can someone tell me what this thorny item is?

SisLeahMBulldogRosanne
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Leaves of three, but with thorns
q leaves of three but with thorns
q leaves of three but with thorns
q leaves of three but with thorns
q leaves of three but with thorns
q leaves of three but with thorns
q leaves of three but with thorns
q leaves of three but with thorns
q leaves of three but with thorns
q leaves of three but with thorns
13 answers
  • Ruby wilkerson
    on May 17, 2017

    looks like a Blackberry briar vine
  • Liz McTee
    on May 17, 2017

    In Texas we call them dewberries, they are small blackberries that grow wild especially along pasture fences.
  • My family loves eating these blackberries, but they are an invasive weed and difficult to eradicate!
  • Hel14585178
    on May 17, 2017

    Looks like raspberry bush.
  • Barbara
    on May 17, 2017

    They are mulberry bushes and the berries are delicious
  • SisLeahM
    on May 17, 2017

    this just showed up this year on the side of our shed. There is a mulberry tree hanging over into our property from our neighbors side all the way on the other side of yard (half acre). It's not thorny like this. This is also about 3 feet and growing really fast. Also, the neighbor to the right has woods which separate us. So it has a lot of wild items in there that we have to keep from coming over here. My husband decided this year no chemicals. so, we are seeing deer and other critters because we have a lot of plant items we dont want to cut/kill until we know for sure it's a weed. Like this. And strawberry looking plants with purple or yellow flowers.
  • Mary McNeil
    on May 17, 2017

    I have the same in my yard with no berries, just flowers. I believe it's wild roses.
  • Nancy Skipper
    on May 17, 2017

    It's a blackberry or possibly a raspberry, but it's hard to tell in the photo. Raspberries have a red briar 'fuzz' along the stems.
  • Rosanne
    on May 18, 2017

    it looks like raspberries!
    they flower first and then fruit
  • Bulldog
    on May 18, 2017

    Raspberry plant
  • SisLeahM
    on May 18, 2017

    No flowers. Not yet. I will keep watching. But it's new. It just showed up. it wasn't there last year.
  • SisLeahM
    on May 18, 2017

    Ok. Look what I found just now. I am thinking its trying to take contro!!
  • SisLeahM
    on May 18, 2017

    its all on the side of the shed. Its everywhere!
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