Rubus rolfei, known as creeping raspberry, crinkle-leaf creeper, or Taiwanese creeping bramble, is a low-growing member of the genus Rubus and is related to the blackberry and raspberry. It is common in the horticultural trade. The species is originally from Taiwan where it grows at high elevations.
Creeping raspberry fruits are similar in appearance to blackberries or red raspberries, but differ in that their color is yellow to orangish-red. The edible fruits follow white flowers which are borne in early summer.
- "Rubus rolfei Vidal". www.gbif.org. Retrieved 21 September 2022.
- Oregon State University Department of Horticulture: Rubus calycinoides
- Perennial Ground Covers by David S. MacKenzie: Rubus calycinoides
- "Rubus calycinoides | Landscape Plants | Oregon State University". landscapeplants.oregonstate.edu. Retrieved 22 September 2022.
- Washington State University: Rubus calycinoides