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(Tayberry)

Comprising some 250 species of small to medium-sized, often prickly shrubs, this cosmopolitan genus includes the raspberries, blackberries, and many other valuable culinary and ornamental plants.

Most Rubus bear lobed or divided, deciduous or evergreen leaves on arching, creeping, climbing, or upright stems. The leaves are often maple-shaped (if lobed) or pinnate (if divided). A silver-gray bloom covers the stems of some brambles, giving them a whitewashed appearance. Plants bear...

Image of Rubus aboriginum photo by: Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

(Garden Dewberry, Mayes Dewberry)

Comprising some 250 species of small to medium-sized, often prickly shrubs, this cosmopolitan genus includes the raspberries, blackberries, and many other valuable culinary and ornamental plants.

Most Rubus bear lobed or divided, deciduous or evergreen leaves on arching, creeping, climbing, or upright stems. The leaves are often maple-shaped (if lobed) or pinnate (if divided). A silver-gray bloom covers the stems of some brambles, giving them a whitewashed appearance. Plants bear...

(Smooth Blackberry)

An ancestor of many blackberry cultivars, this native of eastern and central North America is a medium-sized to large deciduous shrub with arching nearly thornless stems. Inconspicuous five-petaled white flowers appear in spring, followed in summer by shiny cylindrical black berries. Although edible, they are rather sour. The compound leaves usually have five leaflets.

This tough cold-hardy shrub prefers well-drained acidic or neutral soil and full to partial sun. It is useful for the wild garden...

Image of Rubus cockburnianus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cockburn Bramble)

Comprising some 250 species of small to medium-sized, often prickly shrubs, this cosmopolitan genus includes the raspberries, blackberries, and many other valuable culinary and ornamental plants.

Most Rubus bear lobed or divided, deciduous or evergreen leaves on arching, creeping, climbing, or upright stems. The leaves are often maple-shaped (if lobed) or pinnate (if divided). A silver-gray bloom covers the stems of some brambles, giving them a whitewashed appearance. Plants bear...

(European Blackberry)

This species may be considered invasive and/or a noxious weed in some locations. For more information about its invasiveness visit http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=RUFR80

(European Blackberry, Sylvan Blackberry)

This species may be considered invasive and/or a noxious weed in some locations. For more information about its invasiveness visit http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=RUFR80

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Bosh Bruening

(American Raspberry, Latham Red Raspberry)

The exceptionally winter-hardy raspberry, 'Latham', produces a summer crop of red, moderately flavorful, medium-sized, somewhat crumbly berries. This heritage variety is also notably drought resistant but susceptible to mildew.

The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America and Eurasia. It has been long cultivated for its juicy tasty red or yellow berries. Its many cultivars vary by fruit color, flavor, and harvest time. Plants produce canes that...

Image of Rubus laciniatus photo by: Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

(Cutleaf Blackberry, Oregon Evergreen Blackberry)

Comprising some 250 species of small to medium-sized, often prickly shrubs, this cosmopolitan genus includes the raspberries, blackberries, and many other valuable culinary and ornamental plants.

Most Rubus bear lobed or divided, deciduous or evergreen leaves on arching, creeping, climbing, or upright stems. The leaves are often maple-shaped (if lobed) or pinnate (if divided). A silver-gray bloom covers the stems of some brambles, giving them a whitewashed appearance. Plants bear...

(American Black Raspberry)

Bearing sweet black dome-shaped fruit in early summer, this native of central and eastern North America is the primary parent of the cultivated black raspberries. A spiny medium-sized deciduous shrub, it bears three- to five-parted compound leaves on attractively whitewashed purple stems. The arching stems often bend to the ground and root at their tips. The inconspicuous white flowers appear in spring. Plants flower and fruit on second-year canes, which die after fruiting.

Black raspberries...

Black raspberries are upright deciduous shrubs derived from the North American native Rubus occidentalis. The insignificant flowers produce edible black fruit in summer on blue-gray, prickly canes. There are many cultivars, selected for color, flavor, and harvest time. 'Cumberland' bears large, firm, glossy black berries noted for their outstanding flavor. Plants produce canes that mature their first year, bear fruit their second, and then die back.

Black raspberries prefer sun and well-drained,...