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The evergreen blackberry is a native of Eurasia [4] which has become
widely naturalized in North America. It now occurs through much of the
Northwest, from British Columbia to northern California west of the
Cascades and eastward to Idaho [19,20]. Evergreen blackberry also grows
throughout much of New England, extending westward to Michigan and
southward to the Middle Atlantic States [4,33,36]. It is locally
established in parts of Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado [8,9,10]. It is
cultivated in Hawaii [43].


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