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Salmonberry

Original price $19.99 - Original price $19.99
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$19.99
$19.99 - $19.99
Current price $19.99
SKU E310

Rubus spectabilis

Salmonberry, native to the Pacific Northwest, blooms with loads of beautiful, starry, pink flowers that ripen into golden fruit earlier than any other berries in Pacific Northwest forests. The fruit, which resembles large raspberries, is often mild, and enjoyed as a refreshing treat by passing hikers and birds alike.

Grow the 6' tall and wide thickets of canes in partial shade. Prefers moist soils.

USDA Zone: 4-9

Grow Height: 6'

Sun: Partial Shade

Ripening Time: June

Pollination: Self Fertile

Size: 18-24" Plant

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • How wide of a thicket can you expect in its native pnw?

    6 feet wide per crown on average. It takes time and they need full shade.

  • would this grow well under a pine?

    Yes! Salmonberry loves acidic soils and full shade.

  • Do salmonberries have thorns?

    Absolutley yes! Smaller, greener, and fewer, but just as sharp.

  • Do salmonberries have thorns?

    Definately. Smaller, greener, and fewer, but they are thorns.

Customer Reviews

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Ronald V.F.
Salmonberry

Barefoot plant was received in good condition with roots that had not dried out. No evidence of disease was noted. Plant as potted up and has grown new leaf from bud at base of plant. Pleased with plant received so far.

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Alexis
Never leafed out

Received the plant when I was supposed to and the roots were still moist but when planted the plants never leafed out or grew.