is an evergreen vine shrub found in forests and the edges of
mountainous regions, with white hairs and upward prickles on stems
and branches. Leaves are alternate, blades measuring 3-8cm in
length, orbicular, and obtusely serrated margins. Branch tips bear
approximately 2cm in diameter single white flowers. Sepals are
oblong-ovate, having spinate hairs outside, margins shallowly cut in
in a pectinate way. The fruit, spherical, approximately 1cm in
diameter, ripens in red in August-September. Bloom time: May-July.