In the younger, wavy branches of the barberry the spines are straighter or more diverging.
The bottom of hawthorn hedges may be conveniently thickened, by putting in some plants of common sweet briar, or barberry.
All these forms have of course their aecidium-stage on the barberry.
If barberry jelly is not to be obtained, use some other kind.
In some leaves, as in the barberry, the veins are hardened, producing spines without any parenchyma.
If you would have the barberry, you must move the pasture itself.
Berberis is the barberry, so well known by its beautiful pendent berries.
barberry may still be around, and if that is so we want to surprise him.
It does not grow in bunches like our barberry, but here and there two or three together about the stalk.
If you really want to come to the laboratory, Mrs. barberry, we ought to be off.