Creeping Raspberry, also known as Creeping Bramble, Creeping Rubus and Crinkle-Leaf Creeper, is an evergreen ground cover shrub native to Taiwan. Though it is a vigorous grower, it does not climb and is not rampant.
The first thing you'll notice about the plant is that it grows very low to the ground. Its height is only about 2 to 4 inches. The leaves are five-lobed and have a puckered surface. Foliage color is medium to light green during growing season and burgundy in fall and winter. Small white flowers appear in spring, followed by edible fruits.
The virtues of Creeping Raspberry are many. To learn more, read our article Creeping Raspberry For All Seasons.