Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
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Sat Feb 4 16:45:34 EST 2006
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On 2/4/06, Peter Chrisbacher <pxbacher.ls at comcast.net> wrote:
> Have you tasted Salmonberry? Do you know of any decent varieties? When
> I lived in Redmond WA this past spring and summer, I finally had a
> chance to taste some wild salmonberries. They're all over the place on
> the "wet" side of the cascades, and they look delicious! Unfortunately,
> even the choicest wild specimens I found were insipid at best (though
> very attractive and juicy)
> Here's a photo of what I believe to be a salmonberry from one of my
> I'd be very interested in hearing about any decent-tasting varieties you
> may know of.
> Pete Chrisbacher
> SE PA - Zone 6B
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