Raspberry SVG (lat. Rubus idaeus) is a deciduous semi-shrub and belongs to the class of dicotyledonous plants, the order of roses, the family of pink, the genus of rubus.
Ordinary Raspberry SVG – description and characteristics.
Raspberry is a perennial plant with a very developed and winding rhizome, which forms a lot of adjunct roots. Above-ground shoots are upright, ranging in height from 1.5 to 2.5 meters, green in the first year of vegetation, with barely noticeable glaucous patina, herbaceous and covered with thin thorns. By the second year of their lives, the raspberry shoots are becoming a village with a bright brown color. After the period of fruiting, they die, but a new stem-sprouts grows from the same root bud in spring.
On the raspberry stem there are complex oval leaves consisting of 3-7 dark green egg-shaped leaves, each of which is pubescent from below and has a whitish shade. Raspberry flowers are white, with many stamens and pistils, with a slightly perceptible honey aroma, collected in miniature cyst-like inflorescences, which are located on the tops of the escape or in the leaf sinuses.
Raspberry SVG fruits are common.
Sweet and very fragrant raspberries are numerous, small bones that have merged into a complex fruit. Interestingly, the color of the fruit can vary from light pink and burgundy to yellow, orange and even almost black.
Where does Raspberry SVG grow?
This semi-shrub is distributed almost throughout Europe and the Americas. In Russia, raspberry is found in the middle zone and in the south, in the cold climate of Siberia and the Urals, and also grows in the mountainous areas of Kazakhstan, Bashkiria and Kyrgyzstan.
Raspberry is often called a pioneer plant because of its unpretentiousness to the soil: it is the first to appear in the place of burned out forest glades, it feels comfortable both in dry areas and on the edges of the bogs.
Wild (forest) raspberries are mentioned in chronicles dating back to the 3rd century B.C. It was not until the 16th-17th centuries that this plant was discovered as a garden culture.