Dec. 20, 2014
 

 


Moraberry

    Class: Angiospermae
    Subclass:
    Dicotyledoneae
    Family:
    Rosaceae
    Genus:
    Rubus Glaucus


Moraberry is a perennial plant, which grows as a thorny, semi-erect bush. The leaves are tri-folds. The stems are thorny with an average diameter of 1-2 cm and are 3-4 meters in length. The leaves and stems are covered with a white powder. At the base of the plant one finds the crown from which the stems arise.

The berries are found inside the tri-fold of the leaves. The fruit has an approximate size of 1.5- 2.5 cm in diameter. The color of the fruit changes from green to dark red when mature. The fruit is a berry.

 

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