Dewberry is a relative of blackberries. The plants do not have upright canes like some other Rubus species, but they have stems that trail along the ground, putting forth new roots along the length of the stem. The berries are sweet and less seedy than blackberries. Dewberries are commonly found in zones 5 through 8. Dewberries are not grown naturally outside the United States. Natural sourse of vitamins! Very tolerant to heat and lack of water. Unique taste. Zones 4-9. 12 cm pot.