Rosaceae week: latecomers: Brombeeren-(Rubus sectio Rubus) from my garden in Ritterhude:
I know the Rosaceae week is over.
Sorry, I had very little time to send my fotos. Before the next epsode starts I am trying to find some time to post my fotos.
The fotos are taken during the last few years.
It is mouth-watering fruit.
Looks similar to Rubus armeniacus very commonly grown (and run wild) in California under the name Himalayan Blackberry earlier misidentified as R. discolor or R. procerus. Any idea ABOUT ITS NAME.
Yes Brombeeren are really delicious, but they have thonrs. I remember my childhood days when we used to go to Lonavala.
Plant for ID from Paddar valley JK: 251111 SRANA 03:
Date: 7th August 2011
Location: Paddar valley district Kishtwar J&K.
Altitude: 3212 meters asl
Plant habit/habitat: Wild shrub with spiny stem.
Plant height: 1-2 meters
Probably some berry from Rosaceae
Can it be Filipendula sp.
I would suggest Rubus sp.
please no doubt about Rubus.