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Creeping bramble, Bramble
Rubus tricolor (Creeping bramble). This species is a prostrate evergreen shrub with creeping arching shoots which are covered in red bristles. The leaves are glossy, dark green, 3-5 lobed, and are about 10cm with a white hairy underside. The flowers are saucer-shaped, white blooms borne in terminal racemes, which are followed by edible pink-red fruits.
They will prefer moist, well-drained, moderately fertile soil in a sunny position. You can propagate by root division in winter, or from seeds, cuttings or suckers.
Can be used for ground cover or flower arranging.