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Roseleaf Bramble

rubus rosifolius

Description:

A type of Raspberry native to parts of Southeast Asia and Australia.

Habitat:

Seen growing wild along a trail through highland farms and secondary forest near the village of Siulak Deras on the edge of the Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia.

Notes:

It was delicious.

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3 Comments

HarishamSama
HarishamSama 4 years ago

I ,ve spotted in Malaysian highland, but the berries have paler color compare to your spotting.. I manage to grow the lowland type. R.moluccanus ,the R. rosifolius seeds i have sown for two month with no sign of growth.

luke.mackin
luke.mackin 4 years ago

I'm very tempted to go back and dig a few up for my garden!

HarishamSama
HarishamSama 4 years ago

I like this one ,very healthy specimen, you can grow as hedge..and harvest the berries

Jambi, Indonesia

Lat: -1.90, Long: 101.30

Spotted on Feb 1, 2013
Submitted on Feb 6, 2013

Spotted for mission

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