The dwarf raspberry (Rubus pubescens) is a trailing plant with stolons that can reach up to 100 centimetres in length, although it only grows to heights of around 10 to 50 centimetres (2) (3). The stolons are red in colour, slightly hairy with no thorns and are around one to two centimetres thick. Roots grow from the stolon at intervals of 2 to 15 centimetres (2). White to pale pink flowers grow alone or in clusters of up to three in a group called an inflorescence (2). There are one to three fruits on a stem (2). The fruits are deep red and usually have a few loosely attached drupes (4) (5). The dwarf raspberry has compound leaves with three toothed leaflets (2) (6).
- Height: 10 - 50 cm
- Stolon Length: Up to 100 cm (2)