Rubs parviflorus
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Hardiness Zone: 3-9 Height: 3-10 feet; 0.9-3 metres Spread: 3-10 feet; 0.9-3.0 metres Sun: Full sun to shade Water: Moist to dry Wildlife: The flowers are a source of nectar for butterflies, the berries are relished by birds and mammals alike and the dense cover of the large leaves acts to protect animals and birds from predation. Bloom Colour: White Tolerates: Barren, infertile soils; seasonal flooding Culture: Thimbleberry grows best in moist, nutrient-rich soils with good drainage but tolerates a wide range of soil conditions. Noteworthy Characteristics: Thimbleberry is a perennial, deciduous, erect shrub, with large, maple-like leaves. Dense colonies or thickets often form from underground rhizomes. The name thimbleberry refers to the thimble-shaped fruits. Garden Uses: Native plant garden; natural landscaping.