Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
I didn't know the berries could be eaten - how neat!
Never had them before. I'll be on the look-out for them.
Great colors! I've never heard of these, and was going to ask what they are used for, but you answered my question already.
Our hedges are full of hawthorn berries, too. Aren't they lovely?You did a great job with that photo. :)
I have not heard of them before now. I am glad to learn something new.
I really like the macro of these haws.
Never tasted hawthorne jelly, EG! But I'll look for it in the stores... Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)
those are just beautiful - great shot!
I have heard of this type of berry but never seen them, they are very red are they not? cool closeup this week!
Very nice shot!
Great shot! But I have never tried them.
Excellant shot, and I'd like to taste that jelly.B.
I had forgotten that the fruit can be made into jelly! Good macro!
Hmmmm--never heard of these, EG. They looked a little like cherry tomatoes to me--but I knew they weren't. My mother used to make crabapple jelly. Yum!!!Hugs,Betsy
they are pretty, my mother in law has a bush in her back yard and the birds just love them.
I love the colours. The Chinese make them into dried disc and kids are encouraged to eat them as an alternate to sweets and biscuits.Unsweetened ones are used to treat a stomach ache.I have never been to China. Your photo is the first one I have seen. I wonder if they have it in New Zealand.
Are these berries edible? good shot.
Are you making pots of jam? I'd love to try some and didn't know the berries could be used that way.Darla
hummm I think I love this idea,looks delicious!Léia
I've never tried them. Now I'm curious to know what they taste like.
Nice photo! Did you do any processing or is it soc?
Valerie,I cropped them.
Vivid! These ripe haws promise a vigorous jelly. I love self-made jelly. Mmm, delicious.
I was out this week and some of our hedgerow hawthorns are full of berries, along with rosehips, blackberries and Elderberries... I have them all on show now on my Wiggers World Blog.
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