3 Wild Berry Genera that Grow Pretty Much Everywhere
I describe three genera of berry that thrive in the word&apos;s temperate regions but can be found (and grown) through temperate areas, subtropics, arctic, and subarctic (and even a bit in the tropics). I focus on temperate species, but they have similar characteristics that may help you, even of you are not a temperate dweller. The three genera that I discuss are:
Vaccinium - examples: blueberry, huckleberry, cranberry, lingonberries. These are the hardiest and can live in poor soil and extreme temperatures.
Rubus- examples: raspberry, blackberry, salmonberry, thimbleberry, brambles, dewberry, cloudberry. There are around 500 species in this genus!
Fragaria - Strawberries.
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Cloudberry by Franz Xaver
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