Rubus idaeus (European red raspberry)


Origin: Raspberries are native to Europe and North America.
Appearance: Raspberries have a deep red color, delicate texture, and sweet-tart flavor. They consist of multiple small drupelets clustered around a central core.
Family: Raspberries belong to the Rosaceae family, which includes blackberries and strawberries.
Growing Conditions: Raspberries prefer well-drained soil and full sun exposure. They are often grown on trellises or supports to keep the canes upright.
Culinary Use: Raspberries are enjoyed fresh or used in jams, jellies, pies, and desserts. They pair well with chocolate, lemon, and cream in various recipes.

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