White blackberry

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The white blackberry is an unusual white variety of blackberry developed by plant breeder Luther Burbank, also known as the iceberg white blackberry or snowbank berry, probably originating as a pun on the name "Burbank". Burbank tried out 65,000 unsuccessful crossbreeds[1] at his facility in Santa Rosa, California, before enjoying success in 1894.[2]

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