Rubus allegheniensis
Family- Rosaceae, includes Raspberry and Rose



Leaves: Alternate, Palmately Compound. Toothed.
Green on both sides. 3-7 leaflets.
Hairy underside, though sometimes not in mature shrub.

Stalk: Usually with Thorns

Flowers: White, blooming May to July

Fruit: Black, made up of many packets, seen July to September

Growing Method: Arching Shrub

Location: Behind Brown and Sacchar Woods

Watch out for thorns on stalk and underneath the leaf.