Unlike many of its relatives in the Rubus genus, thimbleberry is not equipped with skin piercing thorns. The large maple-shaped leaves are soft and fuzzy, and the bright red fruit is described as delicious by many. This spreading shrub prefers part sun and will eventually expand to a small thicket.
|Plant Type||Deciduous spreading shrub|
|Height at Maturity||2-8'|
|Light Requirements||Part shade|
|Soil Type||Moist, fertile soil with good drainage|