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Saturday, July 3, 2010

Wild blackberries


At the north side of our house there are plenty of wild blackberries. But hubby told me it was not wild before because her mom planted it but since it was not taken cared for years it grow wild. But for me wild or not wild I have the enjoyment walking through the tall grasses and hunt at those ripe and sweet blackberries. The other day I had a chance to go around and I got plenty of them and I eat it right way, sorry hon!! LOL! When I show these photo to my hubby he told me to go to the far end of the hay field because there are many wild blackberries there. So I am off to go now, ciao!

    I am linking this to Luscious Saturday, Yummy Sunday Straight of the Camera Sunday and RUBY RED TUESDAY

39 comments:

Belle said...

Nice photo of blackberries...

tatess said...

sarap mamitas .we always pick wild plum in oklahoma but not black beries yet. hubby said there are some wild blak berries there too.and i'm looking forward to pick some when we get there.

Jan said...

I have great memories of picking blackberries and making jam.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Great and enjoy because they are chemical free, hopefully!

(One friend from Alabama sent me a jar of homemade berry jam. Thankfully, it went through the Customs after testing. Phew!)

ilanadavita said...

I could certainly eat them!

Greyscale Territory said...

Adore blackberries but they can be on rather spikey plants! take care!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

I was just out looking at ours growing by the side of the house. They are not ripe enough to eat yet but they will be great on my cereal in the morning. Good one.

Lynn said...

Yum. When picking my tomatoes, I've been known to pop a few in my mouth as I go along. Same applies to other veggies that may be eaten raw.

Bought the last thornless blackberry plant in the nursery a few weeks ago. It is struggling but am hopeful it lives. :D

EG Wow said...

YUM! Want to share?

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Great shots. We have wild Raspberries at our place. Have a great day!

Sherrie
Sherrie's Stuff

lisaschaos said...

They look yummy!!! We have wild raspberries around here and they're good, but I prefer blackberries!

Sheri said...

mmm yummy!!

☺lani☺ said...

I love berries....lucky for you to have them in your yard. Happy 4th of July!

ramblingwoods.com said...

I loved my grandparents cabin where there were wild blackberries..thank you for the nice childhood memory..

Bogie said...

that looks cute and yummy :)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

blackberries
ripening in sun—
summer treats

Ralph said...

Fresh berries are the best - no fertilizer, no insecticide. Safe to eat, and ready to pick, a natural snack just at your fingertips!

eileeninmd said...

Great shot, love the blackberries. Happy Ruby Tuesday!

chubskulit said...

I so love those ate! My SIL has them in her backyard and that's my treat everytime I visit.

My Ruby Tuesday could be found here

Life Ramblings said...

that looks juicy and yummy. Happy RT!

Vernz said...

Hi Manang Kim, asan yung hinog? yung back o red? joined RT too at On This Side of Town

Spadoman said...

Beautiful shopts. I love berries of all; kinds, especially blackberry jam.
Good stuff!

Peace.

siromade08 said...

Our neighbor in the Phils. have the plant, sometimes we just sneakly put a chair on the side fence and pick some lol. it's juicy and nice taste too...

Spadoman said...

I love berries, especially blackberries and home made blackberry jam!
Great photos and Good stuff!

Peace.

Dani said...

very nice.


Have a joyous Tuesday!

Stephanie V said...

Now I can hardly wait until ours are ripe! Lovely photo.

Mary said...

Your photos are wonderful. It's great to have the berries on your own property for eating at will. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

Joy @ Joy Of Desserts said...

Blackberries in the backyard is a tradition in our family.
Thank you so much for your great comment on my banana post. It was very good to know that some of these flowers are edible and the added details on the Philippines. :-)

Lucka said...

Yum. I adore blackberries.

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Yes, great memories of blackberry and apple pie, pudding (suet) and summer pudding from fresh picked berries. Very nice capture and thought on this very hot day!

reg said...

That is such a great shot of Black-berries. I really like how that red berry stands right out like that

ellen b. said...

Too funny! We have wild blackberries here in the Northwest and it's a lot of fun to pick and eat them. Enjoy!!

Carletta said...

I almost posted the same thing. :)
Ours are not quite that ripe yet but any day now.
Can hardly wait for a cobbler with ice cream!

Linnea W said...

Oh what a luscious sight!

handmadehappiness said...

fab photo.... :) thanx for visiting!!! the building is not a church!!! it's where you register babies birth's.... where meeting's are held to talk about the town.. it's also where the people of Derry were kept till the bloody Sunday apology came from the David Cameron...

Gattina said...

Gorgeous photos, I just could pick them up from the screen and eat them !

eden said...

Nice capture, Kim. One time we went to a blueberry farm and kids enjoyed it so much picking the berries.

CaptainRunner said...

Wow! That red berry surprised me.

daylily777 said...

Great Pics ! I made some blackberry cobbler today , I love it !
Blessings,
~Myrna

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