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Bramble mulberry - Climbing plant - Hedge - Fruit tree

Bramble mulberry - Climbing plant - Hedge - Fruit tree

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Mulberry tree in light pot size of your choice.

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Wild brambles (common or wood bramble Rubus fructicosus , elm-leaved bramble Rubus ulmifolus, etc.) are creeping woody branching plants, from the same family as raspberries, are also capable of growing to more than 1 .50 m high, cling to trees thanks to numerous and sharp thorns and layer several meters from the stump. These very thorny lianas, often found at the edges of forests or in hedges, sometimes form impassable thickets called brambles.


The mulberry is planted in spring or autumn outside of periods of frost. In the case of a plantation isolated, use a stake such as bamboo stems to guide the branches. Against a wall or fence, prefer trellising which will cover your support.
The benefits attributed to leaves of mulberry : astringent effect. hemostatic. antidiabetic.
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They are used to relieve:
  • hemorrhoids.
  • diarrhea.
  • diabetes.
  • gouty rheumatism.
  • anemia.
  • gingivitis.
  • pharyngitis.
  • dental neuralgia.

What are the benefits of bramble?

Externally, raspberry or raspberry leaves bramble can treat minor injuries.

As a mouthwash and gargle, they treat:
  • angina;
  • gingivitis;
  • glossitis;
  • pharyngitis;
  • laryngitis;
  • dental neuralgia;
  • sluggish wounds, a property which they owe to their astringency.

Kitchen:

- Ideal for cakes and jams.

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Description

Mulberry tree in light pot size of your choice.

Image search results for "bramble mulberry"

Wild brambles (common or wood bramble Rubus fructicosus , elm-leaved bramble Rubus ulmifolus, etc.) are creeping woody branching plants, from the same family as raspberries, are also capable of growing to more than 1 .50 m high, cling to trees thanks to numerous and sharp thorns and layer several meters from the stump. These very thorny lianas, often found at the edges of forests or in hedges, sometimes form impassable thickets called brambles.


The mulberry is planted in spring or autumn outside of periods of frost. In the case of a plantation isolated, use a stake such as bamboo stems to guide the branches. Against a wall or fence, prefer trellising which will cover your support.
The benefits attributed to leaves of mulberry : astringent effect. hemostatic. antidiabetic.
...
They are used to relieve:
  • hemorrhoids.
  • diarrhea.
  • diabetes.
  • gouty rheumatism.
  • anemia.
  • gingivitis.
  • pharyngitis.
  • dental neuralgia.

What are the benefits of bramble?

Externally, raspberry or raspberry leaves bramble can treat minor injuries.

As a mouthwash and gargle, they treat:
  • angina;
  • gingivitis;
  • glossitis;
  • pharyngitis;
  • laryngitis;
  • dental neuralgia;
  • sluggish wounds, a property which they owe to their astringency.

Kitchen:

- Ideal for cakes and jams.