Foraging for Rose Hips~ Use dried or fresh berries to make a wonderful rose hip tea!

Foraging for Rose Hips

You can find wild rose hips and use dried or fresh berries to make a wonderful rose hip tea! Rose hips are rich in vitamin C, other antioxidants and compounds that support the skin, joints and vascular system.

Juneberries / Saskatoons- plant info, nutritional values, orchardist guide, etc. Good info on site.Serviceberries. I have these in my garden, HUGE bush, 12 feet tall and 6 feet wide, berries are only good with a ton of sugar. :)

Juneberries / Saskatoons (a shrub)- plant info, nutritional values, orchardist…

Berry Cobbler

The Best Berry Cobbler You'll Ever Have

Whoa, how delicious does this berry cobbler look? Julie of Willow Bird Baking says that her cobbler makes for a sweet date: two forks, a skillet of cobbler, some ice cream and a warm night [.

Saskatoon Lemon Pie -

Maybe you have guessed this already… but I have a plethora of saskatoon berries at my house! My Dad – bless him – has a secret spot for these local “prairie fruitR…

Saskatoon Berry Tarts with Never Fail Pastry by Join Me For Dinner

Saskatoon Berry Tarts: Only in Canada, you say? . . . Pity.

These Saskatoon Berry tarts made me realize that the Cree people from the Canadian prairies knew a good thing when they found it. Aboriginal people and early settlers in Western Canada have been ea…

The Wild Garden: Hansen's Northwest Native Plant Database: juneberry

Perhaps the most exciting is the saskatoon, Amelanchier alnifolia. This is one of the smaller- growing members of the genus, forming a deciduous shrub that seldom.

Pork Tenderloin with Service Berry Sauce -

Pork Tenderloin with Service Berry Sauce -