White flowers on arching thorny canes from May to June give rise to fantastically delicious black raspberries in early summer, new cane growth has a blue-ish cast and produce fruit the second year, large mostly trifoliate leaves, spreads by tip rooting and seed, attracts native & honey bees, important wildlife food, tolerates acid soil.
4-6 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-8b
Native Range: NB through s. ON, south to GA and OK
Germination - Difficult: 3 months Warm then 3 months Cold Stratification. Needs warm soil to germinate. May take multiple years
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