Black Raspberry Plants
Black raspberry plants are native to eastern North America. Black raspberries are high in anthocyanins.
Grow Black Raspberry
Black raspberry grow wild in thickets, roadsides, open woodlands.
Black Raspberry Uses
Black raspberries are very useful as natural dyes. Black raspberries are eaten by many species of birds and mammals.
Black Raspberry Facts
Black Raspberry is a common name for one of three species of the genus Rubus: Rubus leucodermis, Rubus occidentalis, and Rubus coreanus. Rubus occidentalis is generally used for commercial production of berries. Rubus occidentalis is also called Black Caps, Black Cap Raspberry, Scotch Cap, and Wild Black Raspberry. Rubus occidentalis is sometimes called Thimbleberry, but this should not be confused with Rubus parviflorus, more commonly known as Thimbleberry. Other black raspberry species are Rubus leucodermis, or Blackcap Raspberry, and Rubus coreanus, or Korean Black Raspberry.
Black Raspberry Farms
It may be possible to find any black raspberry farms near your location. We have built a map that will show all of the berry farms in our directory!