A choice little woodland groundcover from our collection in a high elevation coniferous forest in Yunnan where it grew not far from Primula sonchifola and Megacodon stylophorus. Slow carpeter with white flowers and small pale orange fruit nestled in the nicely textured leaves.. Choice and not invasive by a long shot.
This is a bamboo dwelling blackberry from China that is of serious ornament. Our plant is originally from Betty Miller (Miller Botanic Garden) and has foliage like no other. Lovely scrambling through a straggly shrub or stunning trained against a wall where the foliage is outstanding.
Blackberries can be scary but with this China doll it will be shivers of delight instead of fear. Fantastic foliage plant. Great leaves on 6'-8' somewhat arching and branched canes. This is a vigorous clumper and not a vine so is easy to keep in bounds. No thorns. White flowers.
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