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Rubus odoratus is native to Eastern North America. It is a deciduous, coarse, suckering shrub with cane-like stems which typically grows 3-6′ tall and spreads 6-12′ wide. It is one of the best of the ornamental raspberries because of its rose-like, fragrant, rose-purple flowers which appear over a long summer bloom period. This shrub has hairy stems but virtually no prickles. Flowers give way to 3/4″ diameter, cup-shaped red fruits “raspberries” which are edible but dry, crumbly and unappetizing.

Best in shade gardens, shrub borders, native plant gardens, or wild or naturalized areas.

SKU: RUODC1 Category:

Additional information

Size

1 Gallon

Native

Long Island, United States

Special Attributes

Bird Attractor, Butterfly Attractor

Moisture

Medium

Sunlight

Full, Full-Partial, Partial

Rubus odoratus is native to Eastern North America. It is a deciduous, coarse, suckering shrub with cane-like stems which typically grows 3-6′ tall and spreads 6-12′ wide. It is one of the best of the ornamental raspberries because of its rose-like, fragrant, rose-purple flowers which appear over a long summer bloom period. This shrub has hairy stems but virtually no prickles. Flowers give way to 3/4″ diameter, cup-shaped red fruits “raspberries” which are edible but dry, crumbly and unappetizing.

Best in shade gardens, shrub borders, native plant gardens, or wild or naturalized areas.