[NAFEX] Seeking Highbush Cranberry Knowledge
jas39a at earthlink.net
Sun Oct 26 11:11:06 EDT 2008
I have one. The fruit is bitter. These are very thirsty plants, hard to give them enough water in a drought. I would encourage you not to plant one, unless you live in a swamp.
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Subject: [NAFEX] Seeking Highbush Cranberry Knowledge
> Some references call it Viburnum trilobum, others V. opulus. Some stands of it have bitter fruit. Some are sweet(ish) and others smell like dirty socks. Am I experiencing different varieties? Are the differences environmental? Highbush Cranberry is becoming a popular landscape tree and there are likely more folks who are asking the same questions. Others and I are trying to make a palatable jelly with it. What has been your experience?
> Jim Fruth
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