Rubus occidentalis is a species of Rubus native to eastern North America. Its
common name black raspberry is shared with the closely related western
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The fruit is blue-black, round and small, and there's a whitish bloom on the
exterior of the berry. Black raspberries have a distinct and moderately tart flavor,
The best-tasting black raspberry! This all-purpose fruit is large, firm and gorgeous
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Plus, there are two types of raspberries: red and black. Black raspberries can
easily be confused for blackberries. So how do you tell them all apart? We'll show
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Hardy black raspberry. Midseason summer-bearing variety. Vigorous, erect
plants form clusters of firm, glossy black fruit. Fruit ripens uniformly for a
General; Images; Synonyms; Classification; Related Links. Rubus occidentalis L.
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Early in this century, black raspberries were just as popular as red raspberries.
And no wonder! This jet black bramble, sometimes called a blackcap, has a rich,