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Northern Dewberry

Northern Dewberry

Rubus flagellaris 


An aggressive low-growing ground cover which spreads by surface runners and thrives in poor soil and drought conditions. The prickly stems offer a good deterrent against unwanted visitors in the landscape.  White booms appear in June which later yield red edible berries in late July/early August. Attracts birds. Found mostly in sandy soil along shorelines. A good species to restore the landscape, stabilize a slope against erosion and  attract wildlife.

  • Characteristics

    Type: Shrub/Vine

    Height: 6-8 Inches

    Blooms: June

    Bloom Colour: White

  • Growth Conditions

    Light: Full Sun to Part Shade

    Soil: Dry to Moist, Sandy/Gravel & Average Soil

    Habitat: Shorelines & Dry, Open Woods & Fields

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