Sold as bundles of 10.
At a Glance: Edible berry bush commonly found along streams and wetlands.
Height: Up to 12 ft.
Leaves: Three leaflets. Fold back the forward most leaflet and it makes a butterfly shape. Fruit: salmon-orange to red
Flowers: Bright pink
Appeal: This shrub has beautiful flowers and edible berries that attract wildlife and humans.
Helpful Tips: Plant in wet area. Click HERE to determine your recommended planting density.
Ethnobotany: The fresh sprouts and berries are widely enjoyed by indigenous northwest coast peoples.
|Sun/Shade Tolerance||Hydrology||Elevation Range|
full sun > 80%
mostly sunny 60%-80%
partial sun and shade 40%- 60%
mostly shady 60%-80%
full shade > 80%
Nectar for hummingbirds
Nectar for butterflies
Host for insect larvae
Thickets and shelter
Thorny or protective cover
|Mammals: Deer and elk browse the new leaves. Used as shelter for small mammals.|
Pojar, Jim, and Andy MacKinnon. Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast: Washington, Oregon, British Columbia & Alaska. Revised ed. Redmond, Wash.: B.C. Ministry of Forests and Lone Pine Pub., 2004. Print.
“Sound Native Plants.” Sound Native Plants. Web. 31 Oct. 2014. www.soundnativeplants.com.