Australia's Native Raspberries cover almost the entirety of the country. There are 8 different species. Each shrub produces sweet, deep red fruits with a pleasant flavour. They can be used in jams, eaten raw, or used as you would regular raspberries.
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Harvesting: A Dec-April harvest of 1-2cm fruit.
Growing Conditions: As a thorny shrub, native raspberries are as invasive in your garden as blackberries and other species of raspberries. Therefore, it's best planted in pots or in a garden bed. For more information on growing conditions, click here.
Size: Becoming a thorny shrub like similar species, it can reach sizes of 2m and be covered in sharp thorns which can penetrate your skin. Be mindful if you have children or pets.