Please submit a search term.

Rubus hirsutus

Common Name(s):
Hirsute raspberry
Categories:
Edible Plants, Perennials, Shrubs
Comment:

Hirsute raspberry is a perrenial shrub in the Roseaceae family. It is found in thickets, slopes, and disturbed.  flowers 

Height:
6 ft.
Flower:
White flowers with both male and female parts appear in June and are followed by edible berries.
Site:
Easily grown in a good well-drained loamy soil in sun or semi-shade.
Propagation:
Divison, early spring
Exposure:
Semi-shade, light woodland, or no shade
Fruit:
Aggregate drupe
Soil:
Loamy
Origin:
East Asia, Japan, China, Korea
Edibility:
Fruit is eaten raw or cooked and used in pies, preserves, syrups etc.
Tags:
nectar

NCCES plant id: 3240

Rubus hirsutus Leaves and fruit
Alpsdake, CC-BY-SA-3.0
Rubus hirsutus Flower
Qwert1234, CC-BY-SA-3.0