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Rubus parviflorus

Thimbleberry in bloom Thimbleberry in fall

Thimbleberry

Habitat: Moist to dry, wooded to open areas from near sea level to subalpine elevations
Bloom time: Spring to early summer depending on elevation
Range: Alaska to southern California east through the Rocky Mountains
Notes: Works well in Western Washington gardens. For more native plant suggestions for your garden check out Native Plants for Western Washington Gardens and Restoration Projects.

Thimbleberry in summer photographed by Michelle Margroff. Copyright 2010. All rights reserved.
Thimbleberry in fall photographed by James Ellingboe. Copyright 2010. All rights reserved.