The plants around us. Volum III The plant around us. Volume III. Etwining project - Page 18

Rubus ideaus English: Raspberry Spanish: Frambueso Estonian: Harilik vaarikas Portuguese: Framboeseiro Raspberry is a fruit-bush found wild in Great Britain and in woods throughout Europe, North Africa and in north and west Asia and commonly cultivated in other temperate regions. Albanian: Mjeder Turkish: Ahududu Catalan: Gerd A fruit-bush found wild in Great Britain and in woods throughout Europe, North Africa and in north and west Asia. Fruit The fruit is an important food crop. The fruits of wild plants have a Flowers Leaves sweet taste and are very aromatic. Leaves are alternate and compound An individual raspberry weighs with 3 or 5 leaflets, mostly in 3s on 3–5 g. flowering stems and pinnately in 5s on 3 to 8 stalked flowers in loose non-flowering stems. Leaflets are egg- clusters at the tips and upper leaf shaped to oblong, the center leaflet is axils of 1-year-old stems. Flowers stalked and sometimes 2 or 3 lobed, are white. the lateral leaflets stalkless and unlobed. Authors: Otto Kokk, Ehard Kuusk