- Flower nameRubus crataegifoliu
- Scientific nameRubus crataegifolius
- Alias熊苺, Rubus crataegifolius
- Place of originJapan, the Korean Peninsula and China
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Low mountains, Sub-alpine
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Rubus crataegifoliu
Rubus crataegifolius, Korean raspberry or Kuma ichigo, (Scientific name: Rubus crataegifolius) is an alpine deciduous shrub in the family Rosaceae, native to Japan, the Korean Peninsula and China. In Japan, it grows naturally in forests between Hokkaido and Kyushu, on the edges and on the slopes of mountains. The stem is hairless but has thorns. The petiole and leaf veins also have spines. From spring to early summer, five white petals bloom from the shoot apex, and in the early summer red collective fruits are formed. The fruit is a wild strawberry that animals like.
Generic name: Rubus crataegifolius, Scientific name: Rubus crataegifolius, aka:Korean raspberry or Kuma ichigo, Tree height: 1-2 m, leaf length: 5-12 cm, leaf Width: 5-8 cm, leaf shape: palm shape of 3-5 leaves, leaf margin: sawtooth, flowering period: April-June, flower color: white, flower diameter: 1-1.5 cm, number of petals: 5, fruit set Date: June, Fruit type: Collected fruit, Fruit diameter: 1 cm, Fruit color: Red.