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juneberry

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The remaining 30% was juneberry, red maple, pin cherry, choke cherry, quaking aspen, and mountain ash.
Volunteers and the school administration are collaborating with the nonprofit Urban Nutrition Initiative (UNI) to propagate several apple, Asian pear, cherry, persimmon, juneberry, and fig trees in a 40- by 80-foot patch of land next to the parking lot by the auditorium.
Brown introduces another unusual fruit in juneberry Smoky, which has long been grown as a 'pick-your-own' crop in North America, where it is known as 'saskatoon'.
Cultivated blueberries are descended from native species, but in the northern plains the "blueberry" of choice is the saskatoon (Amelanchier alnifolia), or Juneberry.
Also called juneberry, serviceberry, and shadblow, the shadbush is a member of the rose family.
Other common names include service berry, juneberry and shadbush.
Try these wild edibles available in Spring time: Wild Amaranth or Pigweed, Lambs quarters, Ladys thumb, Daylily flowers, Peppergrass, Sheep sorrel, Wood sorrel, Juneberry fruits Galinsoga leaves, Sochan (Rudbeckia laciniata) leaves, Catbriar shoots, Kudzu Shoots, Elderberry flowers.
Serviceberry; Saskatoon; Juneberry (Amelanchier alnifolia).