Wild Red Berries in Our Backyard

Thursday, April 25, 2019
Wild red berry

At least, we have 3 kinds of wild berries in our backyard: two red berries and one is blackberry. One of red is ground berry, another berry climbs the fences.

All of three photos in this post are ground red berries, presumably Rubus sp. The size and form as small as blackberry.

Three wild red berries

My ground wild red berry has no taste (fairly tasteless). Some people said, the berry is good for jam, jelly and alcohol drink.

It is believed the wild red berry contains manganese, good for bone health, metabolism improvement and has antioxidant effects.

Two wild red berries on the ground

The berry also rich in vitamins C and K. Vitamin C is needed for repairmen and development of our body tissues. Improve the immune system.

The Vitamin that makes protein for “normal blood clotting” and healthy bones (together with manganese) is Vitamin K. Essential protein for wound healing.

What kind of wild red berries do you know?

32 comments:

  1. Berries are delicious. I love them all! We are attempting to grow raspberries and strawberries this year. Finger crossed!

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  2. Ummm yummy! I have tried it before, there are some sweet and sour ones, how come, hehe: D if my place is called 'babasaran' (Sundanese term).

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    1. it is possible one tree to have different taste, because its parents come from trees with combination of sour and sweet...

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  3. Kalau arbei, Kak? Itu masuk berry juga kah? Saya pernah sih memakannya waktu ke Bandung dulu.

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    1. berry, maksudnya buah semak belukar….

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  4. You can't beat a good Strawberry or BlackBerry in my opinion. Such a lovely taste and quite easy to grow too.

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    1. I love strawberry too...

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  5. I love any type of berries,so healthy ☺

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  6. I love raspberries and strawberries :)

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    1. I'm your new follower :)

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  7. I have had the experience of accidentally finding this fruit plant when I was invited by my father to the forest ... and it was mixed.

    I am very happy to find it 😁

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  9. Berries are very healthy. Nice photos.

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  11. I know none except for the ones I pick up at the store. My kids are big fans of raspberries.

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  12. I love raspberries! I think they are my favorite berries of them all!

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  14. We used to have raspberries growing on my Grandmother's property in Vermont. I'm not sure what kind they were. Now I have to buy them at the store. I haven't met any type of berries that I don't love!

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  15. I can't eat most of the berries due to allergies, but strawberry and blueberry are my favourites.

    -Soma

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  16. IN the past I have tasted several types of red berries and found that the wild berries have the best flavour ... We have raspberry canes on the property... and they are quite abit of work to prune every year so we've thinned them down... They still keep producing those delicious red berries that we all love so much ... so,I think I do get my share of vitamin C.. Thanks your article reminded me of off the fruits value... Have a HAPPY day !!!

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    1. I see....

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