Cloud-Berry, or Mountain Bramble, the RuBus cha-moemorus, L. an indigenous species of the raspberry-bush, which grows in peat-bogs, and on the sides of mountains: it is found chiefly in the counties of York, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Lancaster, and Caernarvon.

This plant seldom exceeds one foot in height, produces white blossoms in the month of May or June, and afterwards red berries. These are not unpleasant to the taste, and are frequently brought to the table with the desert, in the Highlands of Scotland, as well as in the more northern parts of Europe, where they are reputed to be an excellent antiscorbutic.