Yes, they are.
They grow well in zones 3 to 8 not sure about zone 10
Google it for the answer. I am going to myself.
I put mine in a pot. It has tripled in size and is happy where it is at. Cut back in late Fall. Cutting it back in such a way is a personal choice, one I don't recommend.
Yes and no. The cooked berries can be eaten but any part prepared raw can lead to nausea and apparently cyanide poisoning....who knew?
A potted hardy plant, like this could be planted spring through fall.
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