USDA Climate Zone: 5-8
Tree Height: 12 inches
Tree Width: 1-3 feet
Growth/Year: Slow growing
Soil Type: Well-drained
Ships As – Bareroot Plant
Wild Dewberry Plants are a must have for your home or garden. The Dewberry plant can grow to be about 6 feet tall and about 5 feet wide. The young stems of this plant are usually found in dense shrubby places, when they are young they are weak and vulnerable, as they grow more mature they begin to latch onto things better and become sturdier. Many believe that the fruits on this plant can help cure some ailments such as diarrhea and nausea. It is also believed that the roots of this plant can help stop bleeding in cuts and wounds. You can also use the berries as a natural dye. The fruits can be eaten raw or cooked down to make jams, pies and many other things.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Feb 2016
I picked my plants based on the pictures on the site and so far they are all doing well.