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Oxalis, a tart and tasty weed

You would have to be in the Artic to get away from Oxalis, there are over 850 varieties growing all around the world.  Oxalis is the largest genus in the wood-sorrel family.  Commonly called Oxalis, Sorrel or Sourgrass here in the … Continue reading

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Blueberries in Bloom

The bell shaped flowers of the wild Blueberry in March and April signals a tasty future harvest in Florida.  The 40 acre woods has very sandy soil and a deep layer of pine straw covering most of the property.  This … Continue reading

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Wild about Blackberries

The blackberries are blooming at the 40 acre woods in March, I hope to be picking berries in May. Wild blackberries in Florida are hardy, but are not known to produce a lot of big fruit.  The blackberry plants pictured … Continue reading

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