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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Recent testing has confirmed that Oregon black raspberries have astonishingly
high antioxidant levels. Antioxidant levels, shown in terms of their oxygen radical
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,
Black Raspberry Rubus occidentalis. Rose family (Rosaceae). Description: This
perennial shrub produces little-branched canes up to 6' long during the first year
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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