Rubus Calycinoides "Creeping Raspberry" is An Evergreen That Provides Textural Interest In The Landscape with Dark Green Leaves



Rubus calycinoides "Creeping Raspberry"

Rubus provides textural interest in the landscape with its dark green, puckered, 1½" leaves. Leaves may turn burgundy red in the Winter. Rubus is evergreen in the Southern zones but can be semi-evergreen in Zones 6-7. Known as Creeping Raspberry but not grown for its fruit, it has insignificant white flowers in late Spring and followed by an insignificant production of small, yellow-orange berries. Rubus makes a good ground cover in hot, dry areas with ample watering and well drained soil.

  • Sun to Part Shade
  • Foliage provides textural interest
  • Height: 2 Inches
  • Spread: 18-24 Inches
  • Hardiness Zone: 6-10
  • Full Shade, Partial Sun
  • Rock Garden
  • Heat Tolerant,
  • Ground Cover
  • Deer Resistant

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