Rubus phoenicolasius

Rostlina pochází z čeledi Rosaceae – růžovité a rodu Rubus. Rubus phoenicolasius is an Asian species of raspberry (Rubus subgenus Idaeobatus) in the rose family, native to China, Japan, and Korea. Jeho domovinou je Korea a Japonsko.

The stems are densely hairy, and have a few slender prickles. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire .

Plantae – rostliny oddělení Magnoliophyta – rostliny krytosemenné třída Rosopsida – vyšší dvouděložné rostliny řád . Common Name: wine raspberry wineberry. Family Name: Rosaceae – Rose Family. Laskowski from “bluffs of Lake Michigan” in Berrien Co.

It ripens slightly later than raspberries and black . History in the United States. Popis: Tato rostlina je velmi ozdobná, .

It is used today by berry . Category: Plants Sub-category: Rubus genus. Binomial name: Rubus phoenicolasius. A rather splendid small to medium-sized shrub with stems densely covered with conspicuous, . Japanese Wineberry, Wine Raspberry. Japonský ostružiník je velmi ozdobný, je pokrytý drobnými ostny a štětinkami . Fast growing, prickly shrub with bendable branches.

This plant can reach a height of meters. Sweet dark red berries abound from September. Best trained against a wall or a fence the fruit is best eaten straight off the plant but also can be used in cooking . Description: This is a multi-stemmed shrub that can grow up to nine feet tall under favorable conditions. Latinské slovo – rubus phoenicolasius. Překlad latinského slova rubus phoenicolasius do českého jazyka, naleznete níže.

China and Japan having pale pink flowers grown for ornament and for the small red acid fruits. Show All Show Tabs wine raspberry . The Threat: Wineberry is a deciduous shrub with upright and arching stems that can reach feet in height.

It forms dense masses of vegetation that crowd out . Familia: Rosaceae Subfamilia: Rosoideae Tribus: Rubeae Genus: Rubus Subgenus: R. This species was introduced into cultivation in c. It was recorded from the wild . This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Rubus (family Rosaceae).