Exploring the science and beauty of rural life.
.. of Wild Raspberry.
Interesting – I did not know that there are black raspberries. I figured it was a blackberry! How do you tell the difference between such raspberries and blackberries?
Joanna says that they belong to the same genus and that the easiest way to distinguish them is to look at them side-by-side and you will see that the multiple fruits aggregate in very different ways.
I especially like the focus on that one ripe berry. I had the same thought as purplesnitch. They do look good enough to eat. At least, that one does!
Thanks for checking in Linda. D
Gorgeous in its simplicity. They look good enough to eat! Such saturated colors. Were there enough to pick for a batch of jam?
Just about, I suppose. Thanks for checking in.
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