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New Mexican Raspberry

Natural History

New Mexican Raspberry is a member of the Rose Family. It appears as a shrub to 9 feet in height and has green finely haired leaves with 3 to 5 lobes to 3 inches in width. The plant typically grows in moist forests at elevations between 5000-9000 feet.

The fruit of the New Mexican Raspberry is eaten by birds, and mammals (including humans).

New Mexican Raspberry typically blooms between May - September and produces white flowers with 5 petals to 3 inches in width with a yellow center, followed by a red raspberry.

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