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Category Archives: raspberries
Ate the first ripe raspberries today. They were the golden variety and so sweet. Below are red raspberries ready soon for summer feasting.
The strawberries are red and delicious, ready for daily picking and immediate eating. The raspberries and blackberries will soon be luscious and ready for eating. Too good sun warmed to even make it into the house.
Edible gardens too have perennials, plants that have a life span of more than two years. They go dormant each fall and return in the spring. The perennials are always the first up. Here’s some of what’s appearing in my … Continue reading