Rubus spectabilis (Salmonberry)

Early ripening native berry

Salmonberry is a thicket forming native berry growing to heights of 12 feet.  Common along streambanks, avalanche chutes, and seeps, salmonberry prefers moist soils in areas with dappled light to full shade.  The flowers are a beautiful magenta that attract hummingbirds.  The berries vary in color from yellow to red and are soft.  The taste of salmonberries are highly variable.  Some berries are quite tasty, while others are bland to poor tasting.  Salmonberry is an excellent wildlife shrub providing food and cover.  Please contact us for pricing and availability.

Sold as:

Seedling liners, one gallon, three gallon