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Thimbleberry
Rosaceae
Rubus parviflorus


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Rosaceae Family

Rubus Genus

Location

native to western and northern North America, from Alaska east to Ontario and Michigan. Found in Utah.


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General Information

Thimbleberry

(Rubus parviflorus)
Wild Raspberry
Western Thimbleberry, Salmonberry, Mountain Sorrel, White Flowering Raspberry, Western Thimble Raspberry.

Unlike most other members of the genus, it has no thorns.

Like other raspberries it is not a true berry, but instead an aggregate fruit of numerous drupelets around a central core.
wild thimbleberries make an excellent jam which is sold as a local delicacy.
They can be eaten raw.





Thimbleberry Leaves




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Thimbleberry
Thimbleberry - August 25, 2009



Thimbleberry
Thimbleberry - August 25, 2009



Wild Raspberry - Plant
Wild Raspberry - Plant - July 09, 2009



Wild Raspberry - Plant
Wild Raspberry - Plant - July 09, 2009

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