Where do berries originate from?
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In respect to this, where do raspberries originate?
Raspberries are ancient They are thought to been eaten since prehistoric times, but only began to be cultivated in England and France in about the 1600s.
Also, why is a Blackberry not a berry? It turns out that blackberries, mulberries, and raspberries are not berries at all, but bananas, pumpkins, avocados and cucumbers are. So what makes a berry? Well, a berry has seeds and pulp (properly called “pericarp”) that develop from the ovary of a flower.
Also asked, is a watermelon a berry?
Watermelon, the essential summer fruit, is a berry? The exocarp of a watermelon is its rind, then comes the pink, delicious insides and the seeds. To be classified as a berry, a fruit must have two or more seeds and must develop from "a flower that has one ovary."
Which country do blueberries come from?