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Muscadine Grape Jam

Muscadine grapes are a sustainable fruit crop in the southeastern United States.  They are tolerant of insect and disease pests and they successfully grow at he 40 acre woods without spraying any pesticides. Typically, muscadine grapes bear dark fruit with … Continue reading

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Pindo Palm

Pindo Palm trees originated in Argentina and grow well in Florida, Zones 7-10.  They are a very hardy  palm that will grow in almost any soil type.  The large palm trunk forms slowly and is topped by a massive circle … Continue reading

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American Beautyberry

(Callicarpa americana L.) These beautiful berries are growing all around the 40 Acre Woods. They taste a bit bland to me but I still can’t help but eat a handful while taking a walk. The stunning magenta colors of these … Continue reading

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