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let’s settle it once and for all…courtesy of Wikipedia

The Raspberry is a small deciduous plant,… This a perennial plant with roots that can live for up to 10 years and in the first year of growth a cane does not produce fruit. In the second year the plant will flower, produce berries, then die off before producing new canes. The raspberry bush needs a cool climate with little rain to produce quality berries.

So, next time you award it, it looks like it is definetely a bush… 😆

i wanna know once and for all is a tomato a fruit or vegtable?

The tomato is a fruit it has seeds

And speaking of raspberrys get a bottle of Vodka take out 200 mills add 100 gram of sugar and 100 gram of raspberries give it a shake and put it in the freezer till sunday and than watch the game and drink some nice vodka snaps or better yet add 200 grams of jelly beans in the flavour you like put them in the vodka let it break down give it a shake the next few days till sunday than you will have some great Raspbeey snaps to watch the game with

@Regan:

The tomato is a fruit it has seeds

Is pumpkin a fruit? It has seeds.

The answer to this question is actually a bit complicated, thanks to some disagreements among botanists about the term “vegetable” and the efforts of the grocery industry, which have further clouded the difference between fruits and vegetables. Simply put, a fruit is the matured ovary of a plant, which means that it contains seeds, while a vegetable is a plant part, which does not contain seeds, although some vegetables may be used in plant reproduction.


Some examples of fruits include well-known specimens like apricots, cherries, blueberries, and apples, but tomatoes, pumpkins, cucumbers, and zucchini are also considered to be fruits botanically, even though many people refer to these fruits as “vegetables” because they are savory, rather than sweet. This is the result of convenience labeling used in the grocery industry, where fruits and vegetables are differentiated on the basis of whether they are sweet or savory, rather than with the use of any firm botanical criteria

@JET:

@Regan:

The tomato is a fruit it has seeds

Is pumpkin a fruit? It has seeds.

so do cucumbers! 😉

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