Blackberries In Full Bloom
Unless our summer turns really dry we are going to have a bazillion blackberries this year!!! I’ll can them, freeze them, make jams and jellies, make some blackberry wine and juice and share with our friends. Here’s a few pictures of our wild patches of blackberries that the honeybees and other bees are making good use of now from the bloom.
These vines in the past except for last year produced huge blackberries.
These vines are in Barker Hollow and across a spring that comes out of the mountain in front of our house.
This is a small patch right beside Barker Hollow road and look very prolific so far.
These are easy to reach from both sides of the fence.
This patch is on the opposite side of that little field where the little barn sits.
The fenceline below the little barn is covered with the vines.
This is going to be the summer of fruit for us unless Mother Nature takes a severe turn. The only fruit that didn’t make it through the last frost was our pear trees. Apples, peaches, plums, rhubarb, and berries are abundant and I will be a busy farm woman!!
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