Creeping Raspberry (Rubus calycinoides) is grown mostly for its extremely attractive foliage. Textured leaves have a glossy appearance and a unique shape with 3 to 5 lobes. The undersides are bronze, and foliage turns bronze and burgundy in fall and remains that way for a beautiful winter accent. Creeping Raspberry has a strong root system and can be grown on embankments for erosion control. Small white flowers bloom in spring and yield small orange fruit birds enjoy. This plant can become aggressive where pruning may become necessary to keep it in place.