Five species of blackberries are native to the greater Sacramento area. “Yes, they create a bramble, but that’s part of a native garden,” says horticulturist Kim Eierman. “It gives wildlife habitat as well as something to eat. Native plants aren’t always tidy.”
Five species of blackberries are native to the greater Sacramento area. “Yes, they create a bramble, but that’s part of a native garden,” says horticulturist Kim Eierman. “It gives wildlife habitat as well as something to eat. Native plants aren’t always tidy.” Autumn Payne Sacramento Bee file
Five species of blackberries are native to the greater Sacramento area. “Yes, they create a bramble, but that’s part of a native garden,” says horticulturist Kim Eierman. “It gives wildlife habitat as well as something to eat. Native plants aren’t always tidy.” Autumn Payne Sacramento Bee file