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Creeping raspberry (Rubus calycinoides)

Creeping raspberry (Rubus calycinoides). Photo: Wikimedia Commons user J.smith, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported
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Andrew Keys added this to 5 Weed-Smothering Ground Covers
Creeping raspberry (Rubus pentalobus) is a little locomotive of a plant, with crushed-velvet leaves that turn a lovely bronze color in zones where the weather gets chilly but not so cold it dies back. It's hardy in zones 6 to 9, grows well in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.Photo by J.smith via Wikimedia Commons

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Gretchen Klein Design added this to Jean-Baptise
October 1, 2013
Creeping raspberry (Rubus pentalobus) Heardy in zones 6-9
Lily Quinto-Banton added this to Garden
July 26, 2013
Creeping raspberry
donna0805 added this to Landscape Ideas
July 21, 2013
groundcover, creeping raspberry rubus pentalobus or rubus calycinoides, the emerald carpet zone 6 to 9” “color in zones where the weather gets chilly but not so cold it dies back. It's hardy in zones 6 to 9, grows well in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.”
eldershaw3 added this to Front Yard
June 13, 2013
Back slope: Creeping raspberry (Rubus pentalobus) is a little locomotive of a plant, with crushed-velvet leaves that turn a lovely bronze color in zones where the weather gets chilly but not so cold it dies back. It's hardy in zones 6 to 9, grows well in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.
209t added this to Landscape ideas
May 16, 2013
ground cover
lisakellis added this to lisakellis's ideas
April 14, 2013
creeping raspberry ground cover
cristithon added this to cristithon's Ideas
April 9, 2013
same as catmint
reedwelding added this to reedwelding's ideas
February 27, 2013
it's low and easy to take care of.
dechie2 added this to yard
February 22, 2013
creeping raspberry sun or shade
drinksva added this to Landscape
November 27, 2012
Creeping raspberry (Rubus pentalobus) is a little locomotive of a plant, with crushed-velvet leaves that turn a lovely bronze color in zones where the weather gets chilly but not so cold it dies back. It's hardy in zones 6 to 9, grows well in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.
islabreeze added this to islabreeze's ideas
October 26, 2012
This plant is called creeping raspberry,unfortunately they grow in zone 6-9.
chikinlips added this to chikinlips's Ideas
August 27, 2012
groundcover
marylee23 added this to marylee23's ideas
August 26, 2012
groundcover, creeping raspberry rubus pentalobus or rubus calycinoides, the emerald carpet zone 6 to 9
basemom added this to basemom's ideas
August 6, 2012
can grow in my zone,
pholen added this to pholen's ideas
July 22, 2012
Farm Foilage
rivardjr added this to Garden ideas/plants
July 22, 2012
groundcover
portiabk added this to outdoors
July 22, 2012
groundcover
cordelia2003 added this to external
July 20, 2012
weed-smothering ground covers Creeping raspberry (Rubus pentalobus) is a little locomotive of a plant, with crushed-velvet leaves that turn a lovely bronze color in zones where the weather gets chilly but not so cold it dies back. It's hardy in zones 6 to 9, grows well in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.
tehines added this to tehines's Favorites
April 1, 2012
Cover
jalynn48 added this to jalynn48's Favorites
March 28, 2012
Groundcover
safelts1 added this to safelts1's ideas
March 23, 2012
creeping rasberry
margandy added this to margandy's Favorites
March 19, 2012
groundcover
kshute added this to kshute's Favorites
March 16, 2012
Can this be a very low cover between flagstones ?
merri added this to merri's ideas
March 13, 2012
back by pavers
marybhemp added this to garden
March 11, 2012
creeping rasberry
cristimiller added this to cristimiller's ideas
March 11, 2012
garden
cocobeeware added this to cocobeeware's ideas
March 10, 2012
groundcover
chez8259 added this to chez8259's Favorites
March 8, 2012
smothers weeds
catzson added this to catzson's ideas
March 7, 2012
weed smothering groundcover
freerange810 added this to Ground Cover
March 7, 2012
Creeping raspberry
brendawright added this to brendawright's ideas
March 7, 2012
weed choking plants
wlsteinbecker added this to outdoor
March 7, 2012
check out for front of driveway
sherryjk added this to landscape
March 7, 2012
groundcover creeping rasberry
C. Dominica McG added this to Landscaping
March 7, 2012
Crowds out weeds. Creeping raspberry (Rubus pentalobus) is a little locomotive of a plant, with crushed-velvet leaves that turn a lovely bronze color in zones where the weather gets chilly but not so cold it dies back. It's hardy in zones 6 to 9, grows well in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.
Donna added this to Weed Choking Groundcovers
March 7, 2012
weed choking
mcd53 added this to donnaciano's Favorites
March 7, 2012
Groundcover
Eva Allen added this to evaallen's ideas
March 7, 2012
Creeping raspberry (what I brought back from Seattle?)
susi added this to Gardens
March 7, 2012
ground cover
esherpa added this to esherpa's ideas
March 7, 2012
Creeping raspberry (Rubus pentalobus) is a little locomotive of a plant, with crushed-velvet leaves that turn a lovely bronze color in zones where the weather gets chilly but not so cold it dies back. It's hardy in zones 6 to 9, grows well in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.
hammieboy added this to Garden
March 7, 2012
Ground cover for front hill?
hiker1 added this to hiker1's ideas
March 7, 2012
good groundcover for Fanny Bay
Whitney F added this to Landscape
March 7, 2012
Ground cover - Creeping raspberry (rubus pentalobus)
Shari added this to decordolly's ideas
March 7, 2012
groundcover -cancel out weeds
rojokool added this to rojokool's ideas
March 7, 2012
cover
bobnsuzie added this to home improvement
March 7, 2012
Landscape/ground cover. Creeping Raspberry Rubus Calcycinoides
hsikes added this to hsikes's ideas
March 7, 2012
ext plantings
kmoore1016 added this to kmoore1016's Favorites
March 7, 2012
creeping raspberry or emerald carpet ground cover
jillannemartin added this to Asheville landscaping
March 7, 2012
Creeping Raseberry, Rubus Calycinoides, emerald Carpet Weed Choking ground cover
lhaselden added this to lhaselden's ideas
March 7, 2012
Outside
kristyw added this to kristyw's ideas
March 7, 2012
ground cover
amargamartins added this to Jardim
March 6, 2012
Plantas q evitam mondas
clairecarter added this to clairecarter's ideas
March 6, 2012
Ground cover
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