[ ɹˈuːbəs ˈa͡ɪdiːəs], [ ɹˈuːbəs ˈaɪdiːəs], [ ɹ_ˈuː_b_ə_s ˈaɪ_d_iː__ə_s]
Related words: blackberry bramble, blackberry brambles, raspberry bramble, blackberry bush, bramble fruit, raspberry bush, raspberries and blackberries
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How to use "Rubus idaeus" in context?
Rubus Idaeus, or rue baker, is a fruit-bearing rose shrub in the rose family. The genus name, Rubus, comes from the Latin word "rubeus," meaning red. The English name, rue baker, is in reference to the fact that the shrub is thought to have been used to dye cloth red. The shrub is native to the eastern and central United States, where it is commonly found in moist woodlands.
With clusters of tiny, pink or red berries, rue baker is a attractive shrub with soft, thick branches.
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