I found some salmonberries, Rubus spectablilis, hiking last week in a coastal forest near Manzanita, Oregon. They look and taste similar to raspberries, and are traditionally a staple food of indigenous people here. They may have gotten their name from their color, although the rumor is that they were customarily eaten with salmon roe.
I also often see salmonberry bushes in Portland-area forests and in people’s landscaping in the urban areas. The plant has red-brown peely bark and three-part leaves with star-shaped pink flowers.
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