Rubus calycinoides is an irresistible quilt-textured, creeping groundcover! Growing about 6-12” tall, creeping raspberry is nearly evergreen for year-round interest with white flowers with amber fruits in late spring. It has small deep green, maple-shaped leaves with smooth, light tan undersides that turn deep, vivid red in the fall. R. calycinoides is very durable and excellent as a groundcover, container plant, or used on the edge of rambling wall or hillside. The branches gently creep and add texture to rocks in the rock garden or spill over a container edge, providing multi-dimensional interest.
Height: 9 - 12"
Spread: 3 - 5'
Spacing: 3 - 5'
Exposure: Part Sun (4 to 6 Hours) or Full Sun (6+ Hours)