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Plant Description

Origin: Native
General Description: Deciduous. Has eract stems;considered a sub-shrub.
Identification notes: R. neomexicanus has smaller leaves and a larger overall growth habit.
Height: 5 to 9 feet     Width: Unavailable


Habitat

Habitat Description: Forested; often with a moderate or well-balanced supply of moisture; mountain slopes and canyons.
Plant Communities: Montane Conifer Forest, Riparian
Elevation: 5000 - 9000 feet

Similar Species: Rubus parviflorus


Flower Characteristics

Color: White   Shape: Regular, not in clusters     Tubular: N   Flowering Period: May - Sep
Description: Has 5 rounded petals with bright yellow stamens. Three inches wide.


Leaf Characteristics

Leaf Color: Green   Type: Simple   Shape: Palmate   Margin: Toothed   Attachment: Alternate   Hairs: Top and bottom of leaves
Description: Leaves are 3 to 5 lobed and up to 3 inches wide, fine hairs above and velvety beneath.
Spines: N


Fruit Characteristics

Color: Red   Type: Berry-like   Description: Juicy rasberry to 6/10 inch wide.


Bark Characteristics

Bark Color: Brown   Bark Texture (Mature): Shreddy or peeling   Bark and Branch Description: Has brownish bark with vertical stripes when young. Old bark is shreddy.

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