Black Raspberry
Rubus occidentalis
Family- Rosaceae, also includes the Rose and Blackberry


Notice the strong hooked thorns on the branch


Leaves: Alternate, Palmately Compound. 5 Ovate to Round or Oblong leaflets.
Toothed and Deeply Veined, About 5- 13 cm.

Stem: White powdered and prickly.

Flowers: White, with 5 petals, blooming April to July

Fruits: Black, made of up many small packets, visible from August to October.

Growing Method: Upright Brambling Bush

Location Chapel's field near Massell Quad and Sacchar woods

The white-powdered stalk of the Black Raspberry distinguishes it from other raspberries