Dalibarda

Dalibarda was named after Thomas Dalibard,  a French botanist.

Rosaceoe. A low-growing, native, hardy herbaceous perennial plant, with foliage resembling a violet and flowers like those of a strawberry. It is a shy, modest plant, flowering from June to August in shady woods. It is rarely cultivated in alpine gardens and rockeries, being a slow-growing plant, liking a deep fibrous soil and a sheltered position. Prop. by cuttings. The genus has lately been referred to Rubus, but it differs utterly in habit, in the carpels being usually well defined instead of indefinite and the akenes dry instead of drupaceous.