wild blueberries, help please.
ok so i'm pretty big and all about wild edibles. nothing quite like using what the good lord provides. heres my problem,
1) i have a little berry patch at my mom and dads, it is wild, grows ina pine field, it get little tiny blueberries all over it around last week to first week of jun and july. they are only about 1/2 the size of a pea, i assume these are called wild huckleberries. bushes stay low to the ground only about a foot.
2) when out picking berries the other day, i came across an area that had 2 differnt types of bushes low ones that had pea size blueberries. when i went back to pick the ripe ones they were all gone, but one. are they wild blueberries?
3) right beside the lower bushes was bushes that had a just a it darker green leaves,a nd are loaded with marble size green berries, that areant even starting to blue yet, but these bushes are considerably talller about 2'-3' off the ground,the berries do have the little tasle things on the free end, however they are very close together.
any help would be greatly appreiciated. thanks oh yeah if anyone can take some photos from there excursions with photos or ripe, unripe berries , and photos of the bushes/leaves. that would be helpfullto my for identification. thanks again
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