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i bought a house on a hill. on the hill side are purple colored thorn vine. are they raspberries?
 
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the leaves are purple? some leaves turn purplish when stressed by cold. maybe you could post a pic of the leaves and growth habit?
 
                                
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If the vines are purple with a white powdery-looking stuff on them and they come out of the ground 3 or 4 from one central point, they're raspberries. They should have few or no side branches, except near the tip right?
 
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it's raspberry .  sweet i do know some plants lol
 
                                
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The raspberry is also medicinal, besides having fruit. For raspberry tea, gather the leaves in summer when they reach full-size and dry them in the shade. Raspberry leaf is a part of some blend of "relaxing" tea, and women use it for something, I'll let you look it up.
On a similar subject, regular Blackberry leaf (dried) makes a good tea for diarrhea (sp). It has a lot of tannins and something that stops it pretty quick.
 
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raspberries are wonderful..also they make a nice cash crop as a lot of people will pay to have you pick them raspberries..they are so fragile to ship.

i have sold raspberries in the past as a cash crop and they were in very high demand
 
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