Rubus setchuenensis

Also known as:

  • Rubus omiensis
  • Szechuan Bramble

Plant Type

shrub

Zones

7a-7a

Size

H:8'-10'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

clay, acid, alkaline, well-drained, rich, sandy/gritty

Water Needs:

even moisture

Sun Exposure:

sun, light/bright shade

Features

Flowers:

purple / violet

Foliage:

deciduous

Fruit:

red

Flowering Time:

summer

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503-651-2006

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Description by: Forestfarm

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Large round, elegantly-scalloped leaves don't sound "bramblish", ; small pink to purple flowers in pretty clusters don't sound"bramblish", but "bramble"this 7-14'luxuriant shrub is with good tasting black fruit to prove it, too! S/M

Description by: Secret Garden Growers

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An interesting and unusual thornless bramble from China (aka R. omiensis); grows fairly quickly to 8-10'; large, bold foliage and stems are especially attractive against a lightly shaded wall. Has orange-red fruits resembling salmonberry that are edible.; We cut the plant back annually to prevent possible seeding and indiscriminate sexual encounters with local blackberry bushes, but we like this plant!

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