What are these mystery berries that grow on the beaver dam and on islands in the pond?
We think they’re probably some species of Smilax. Continue reading
These potatoes are stuck together.
I don’t think she likes it
Really, I washed it.
Yes, you can eat these roots.
They just take Continue reading
Nope, no longleaf in there.
Except these ones. Continue reading
Got any favorite recipes? -jsq
Gretchen with a very long passion flower vine with a flower on top
of a large outcrop of smilax vine. This is the sweet smelling smilax,
which I think is Smilax smallii, aka lancleaf greenbrier.
The passion flower vine has a fruit, maybe where wildlife won’t eat it.
The three marks indicate a property line:
Some smilax and grape vines: