July is berry season and they are the colors of the holiday. What could be easier, or healthier, than having berries for the Fourth of July.
We have blueberries growing in the garden. Just a couple of small plants give us a big harvest. and a ready supply from local growers. The healthy choice is to have them with yogurt. But, some always find there way into a tart.
There are plenty of strawberries this time of year at the farmer’s market. However, French or alpine strawberries are hard to find and easy to grow, so we have a few plants in the garden.
RASPBERRIES – OLALLIEBERRIES – BLACKBERRIES
Caneberries – Blackberries, raspberries and olallieberries – are an important crop in our area. The plants take up a lot of room and are not a great addition