One of the prettiest cane fruits you can grow. The berries are bright orange, turning to crimson when fully ripe, with an unusual grape-like flavour. The canes are an attractive red colour in winter, a very handsome plant that can be used to good effect as an ornamental climber in the larger shrub border. Delicious for jams and jellies, the fruits are produced in August. Pruning should be delayed until early March as the canes are very decorative, glowing crimson red in the winter sunshine. Wineberries will grow in partial shade, but for the best results, a full sun position is preferred. The aromatic fruits are delicious for dessert and wine lovers should try this fruit as a dessert sprinkled with red wine for a superb delicacy. Plant 6' apart. Not a hybrid, but a true rubus species.