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I noticed some ripe blackberries in my yard last night.  I picked a quart before it got so dark I couldn't see what I was doing.  These are wild berry bushes that I've threatened to cut out
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Re: Berry picking

posted at 6/24/2012 5:23 PM EDT
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Picked the third quart last evening.  It is too hot today, but might go out really late.

Re: Berry picking

posted at 6/29/2012 1:33 PM EDT
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We used to pick strawberries and red raspberries at a local farm, but they stopped growing strawberries a few years back and we haven't gone there in a while.  There is nothing better than fresh berries for jellies, jams and pies.

Re: Berry picking

posted at 7/2/2012 8:43 AM EDT
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I think the berries are at their end.  it has just  been too hot and dry, so instead of getting plump and ripe, they are just drying up. ;-(

Re: Berry picking

posted at 7/2/2012 9:37 AM EDT
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Would LOVE to have berries growing in our yard! Hard to find the time to go berry picking, but when we do, we always pick enough to fill the trunk!!
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