Deeply incised, evergreen leaflets usually in groups of 5, (narrower leaflets than Himalayan blackberry). Thorns are slightly curved with a thick base. Small white to pink flowers in May-July. Mature berries are black in color, round shaped.
|Habitat Notes||Roadsides, fencerows, fields, canal and ditch banks as well as riparian areas and other disturbed sites. Can tolerate periodic flooding.|