An irresistable quilt-textured creeping groundcover that turns deep, vivid red in the fall, creeping raspberry is nearly evergreen and provides year-round interest. Native to the high elevations of the eastern Himalayas, it grows best in sun and part sun, and in well-drained average to dry soil. It tolerates heat and humidity with ease, and is a perfect fast-growing groundcover for areas with deer pressure.
Rubus calycinoides, Creeping Raspberry
Height: 6". White blooms appear in late spring. Prefers sun to part sun. Deer resistant.