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Salmonberry

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A very popular plant with our Northwest Native Americans, Salmonberry forms an attractive upright shrub growing to about 6 ft. in height. Salmonberry features large, pink to red flowers and golden-yellow to reddish fruit that resembles a large raspberry. The berries are variable in quality, but are always liked by birds. The young shoots are also peeled and eaten fresh or boiled as a vegetable.

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A very popular plant with our Northwest Native Americans, Salmonberry forms an attractive upright shrub growing to about 6 ft. in height. Salmonberry features large, pink to red flowers and golden-yellow to reddish fruit that resembles a large raspberry. The berries are variable in quality, but are always liked by birds. The young shoots are also peeled and eaten fresh or boiled as a vegetable.

Latin Name: Rubus spectabilis

Site and Soil: Salmonberry likes full sun or partial shade and moist soil.

Rootstock Description: 

Pollination Requirements: Salmonberry is self-fertile.

Hardiness:Salmonberry is hardy to minus 30°F 

Bearing Age: 2-3 years after planting

Size at Maturity: 6 ft. in height.

Bloom Time: Spring

Ripening Time: Late July-August

Yield: 1-2 pints

Pests & Diseases: Salmonberry is not bothered by pests or diseases.

USDA Zone: 3

Sunset Western Zone: Not listed

Sunset Northeast Zone: Not listed

Weight 4 lbs
Pot Size

1 Gallon

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