The Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) is a shrub of the Rosaceae family, the fruits of which have a delicious taste and are a source of natural vitamin C whose importance for our health is generally known. It flourishes in sun-exposed places such as forest margins. If a fructifying Rubus shrub is not within reach we can easily cultivate the Blackberry. Cultivation and propagation of this plant are not demanding. The Blackberry vines spread vigorously and this is why we should cut off no longer bearing or irregularly growing shoots. Crossbreeding has resulted in many new varieties of this species which differ from one another by the shapes of fruit, flavour and ripening time. The distinct taste of blackberries is excellent especially in fruit jams, beverages, teas and fruit salads. Blackberries have spread to our continent probably from the regions of Asia and North America.