Thimbleberry

(Rubus parviflorus) This Northwest native, related to the raspberry, produces small, bright red fruit shaped like the top of a thimble. In spring, white, 1” fragrant flowers appear on the erect, thornless 4-6’ bush, and in summer the harvest of rich, tangy fruit arrives. Plants thrive in full or partial shade. Hardy to USDA Zone 4-9.

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