Wild Red Raspberry

Rubus ideaus var. strigosus

  • Single white flowers
  • Red thimble-shaped fruit
  • Textured green leaves, made up of three leaflets, turn yellow in the fall
  • Thorny canes are upright then arch over to reroot
  • An excellent colonizer
  • Bloom Time: Late spring or early summer



175-200 cm

175-200 cm

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Growing and Maintenance Tips:

This native plant grows best in sunny conditions with a slightly dry, sandy soil. It can be seen growing wild in abandoned fields and along forest edges.

Avoid planting raspberries in places where anything in the tomato family has been planted; they are susceptible to some of the same diseases.

Additional Notes about Wild Red Raspberry:

Native to Ontario and most of North America.