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Raspberry

Fruits
Family Rosaceae
Name Rubus idaeus
Common Name Raspberry
Etymology
Rubus From Latin rubus meaning brambles or blackberryFrom Latin rubus meaning brambles or blackberry.

  See also:  Food plants, Culture / Germination

Raspberries are a useful summer fruit that can be grown almost anywhere in New Zealand. The thornless varieties make great plants for kids, and they are so easy to grow.



Flowers

Leaves

The new leaves usually have a reddish tint.

Leaves

Thornless variety

Certain varieties are bred to be thornless.

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