Black Raspberry scientific name Rubus occidentalis is also called black cap, is native to North America.
Black raspberry, Red raspberry and blackberry all belong to the same family Rosaceae.
The rose family, this group or genes is called brambles in Eastern North America and cane berries in Western North America.
It grows in the wild between New Brunswick and Ontario in Eastern Canada and the United States it is, found in Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina.
Black raspberry starts new plants when their canes stoop over and touch the soil, and they begin to root a new plant.
Growing best in a shaded environment, they are available from July to mid-August and a resilient plant in the wild; however, when it has been, domesticated the shrub is prone to infection.