Creeping raspberry is a real raspberry, although it is grown for its mass of highly textured, thick leaves more than for its fruit. It makes an attractive groundcover for formal areas, rock gardens and in woodland gardens. The neatly rounded leaves have bronze-colored undersides and feature fall color that persists through the winter. White flowers bloom in the summer, and are sometimes followed by red fruits. Plant in moderately fertile soil that is well drained. Avoid planting in areas with consistently wet soil.

  • Sun to Part Sun
  • Low growing, less than 6 inches in height
  • Spreads via runner on top of the ground
  • Moderately fast grower
  • Prefers dry to medium moisture soil
  • Low maintenance
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