Loose clusters of white flowers from May to August produce delicious and juicy bright red fruit in late summer, pinnately compound mostly trifoliate leaves turn red/purple in fall, multi-stemmed with purple/red arching canes, most of the plant has fine prickles and glandular hairs, loves acid soil, very high wildlife value, attracts pollinators (bees, butterflies, and others), great food for people, birds and mammals.
3-6 foot Tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-8b
Native Range: NL through the bottom 1/3 of QC and s half of ON, with some populations as far west as the w. AL and the BC Rocky Mountains, south to NC, OK, NM, AZ & CA
Germination - Difficult: 3 months Warm then 3 months Cold Stratification. Needs warm soil to germinate. May take multiple years
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