What are these plants and how can I use them?

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  1. CharClothed

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    I have these three plants near my apartment and am curious what uses they might have as well as what they are. I'm pretty sure the berry is mulberry, but I'm not sure. Hope so cause I ate a few.

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    First one is mulberry. Second is thistle. Third one I have no idea. Looks like a grape leaf in the background, but i think you mean the wheat looking thing in front.

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    mullberry, thistle, and maybe Poa Annua (meadow grass)?
     
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    First is mulberry. It tastes good ,and can be used for some natural medicine. I have a book on it but a google search should give you some medicinal recipes for mulberry.
     
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    Top isn't blackberry?
     
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    No, it's mulberry.
     
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