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|Species: Rubus odoratus|
The flowers of this species are 2", pink-purple, and have 5 petals.
The leaves are 6", maple-like, toothed, and grow on hairy stems. The plants grow to 6’ in height.
Habitat & Range
Purple-flowering raspberry grows in rocky forests and ravines in the northeastern United States, southeastern Canada, and Europe.
The flowers bloom from June to August. They form red, cup-shaped berries.
Purple-flowering raspberry is a perennial deciduous shrub.
Featured image by James Dake.