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I was surprised to see thimbleberry growing in Vermont, as I think of it as a PNW plant. The berries are vibrant and edible. The leaves are used for tea and toilet paper.
Habitat: Along the edge of a forest
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''Rubus parviflorus'', commonly called thimbleberry, is a species of ''Rubus'' native to North America.