Also called Boulder Raspberry. Rocky Mountain native with large white single flowers in May and June, followed by small dark purple raspberry-like fruit on arching, thornless branches with dark green foliage. Open, vase-shaped growth habit. The cinnamon-brown bark is exfoliating on older stems.
May be fuller if older canes are pruned out every few years
Blooms: Spring, Summer
Water Requirements: Low
Exposure: Full-Part Sun
Prune: Late Winter, Early Spring
Features: Deer Resistant, Bird Friendly, Edible, Fall Color, Native
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