This is the flower of the dewberry. Dewberries are wild vines that produce fruit almost identical to blackberries. The difference is dewberries creep along the ground while blackberries are upright stalks. They form hedges, while dewberries form carpets of impenetrable thorns and canes. Both produce tasty fruit, but can overrun a pasture if not kept in check.
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