Rubus Ursinus is a North American species of blackberry, also known as: Mora California, California Dewberry, Douglas berry, Pacific blackberry, Pacific dewberry.
The plant is native to Western North America, located in British Columbia (Canada); California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington (western United States); and state of Baja California (Mexico).
A cultivar of this species called the blackberry of ‘Aughinbaugh’ was a parent of the LOGANBERRY. Rubus ursinus is also a second-generation parent of BOYSENBERRY and MARIONBERRY, known as the “Marion” blackberry.
The fruit of ‘RUBUS URSINUS’, is a bright black, medium-large, aromatic, juicy, rich in vitamins. The fruits are collected in small groups of 4/5 berries.
Fruits are very rich in VITAMIN C.
It prefers sunny areas or partial shade.
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