Rubus provides textural interest in the landscape with its dark green, puckered, 1½" leaves. Leaves may turn burgundy red in the Winter. Rubus is evergreen in the Southern zones but can be semi-evergreen in Zones 6-7. Known as Creeping Raspberry but not grown for its fruit, it has insignificant white flowers in late Spring and followed by an insignificant production of small, yellow-orange berries. Rubus makes a good ground cover in hot, dry areas with ample watering and well drained soil. Mature height 2".
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