Hikers know Thimbleberry's blandly sweet berries of summer, but this raspberry relative has pretty flowers earlier- white, sometimes slightly pink, and carried in clusters of three or four blossoms. Its two to four foot stems grow in clumps, spreading outward by underground roots. They bloom after many of the spring flowering species are through. It grows 4-6 feet high, is thornless and adds a good texture to the woodland garden or shrub border. It needs well-drained reasonably fertile soil, regular moisture and partial shade.
Zones: 5 to 8
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