Can you ship some to Tn. when they're ripe, LOL!!
Interesting, being from Massachusetts, I thought cranberries were only grown in bogs. Do they taste the same?
Been browsing your blog..the pics from Portugal were beautiful.Just stopping by from SITS to say hi; hope you'll do the same.
I didn't know there were cranberry bushes! I always thought they were only grown in bogs, too. This is so cool!
OMG I never even knew about a highbush cranberry. I thought that they were only grown in a watery marsh. How do they taste?
Oh, that is really pretty - and full of promise, too!
Hey, I have an award for you...come and get it if you wanna...:)
In my excitement to tell you about your award I forgot to comment that I live on Cranberry Way. There's not a single Highbush Cranberry to be seen though. sad.
What are your favorite ways to collect them - jams? I had not idea they could grow in this manner. Pretty bush
Kristen and Just Breathe...and all who asked....The highbush cranberry is a different species than the bog cranberry we think of at Thanksgiving. It's related to the honeysuckle. Supposedly it is edible and has a similar taste (tart & bitter) but I've never harvested them. I just let the birds and little animals have the berries.
Whether edible or not still oh so pretty!!!Stopping by from SITS
Aren't they so pretty?!
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