Here in NE Indiana, we find dewberries along the creeks (actually manmade ditches which take water to the natural creeks)
They seem naturally hardy, as they are often the only thing which survives spraying with herbicides. I was always impressed by their "thimble" size, and not too bad flavor. There is a taste, sort of like the taste of "dent corn" as compared to sweet corn, but not too disagreeable.
We usually mix them with wild black raspberries for pies or cobblers.
Anyway, I dug some up and planted them in my berry patch, and they are very prolific. About every second year I mow alternate rows of them off in the fall, which doesn't seem to make too much difference in production.
We had no bees until I got some this year, but the bees don't seem to find my berries 3/8 mile away.
Raspberries seem to come and go, victim to various "blights" or whatever, but nothing seems to harm the dewberries.