We have been unable to
find a more user-friendly name for this Himalayan native. In spite
of that it is quite commonly grown as an ornamental,
as it has wonderful thick white stems that really look good in the
In habit it is more like a raspberry than a bramble, the spiny stems can reach up to 2m or more and will either need supporting or can be cut shorter to encourage it to branch out.
Flowering about the same time as the summer raspberries, the fruit forms in a calyx protecting it from the birds and bugs, and when ripe is an amber/yellow colour, quite sharp but refreshing and tasty, good in a mixed bowl of summer fruit.
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