Wonderberry- Garden Huckleberry

Not a true Huckleberry but belonging to the same family as do tomatoes eggplants and peppers this is very productive of round nearly black fruits but little smaller than a Concord Grape. These fruits when fully ripe make excellent pies preserves and jam. Pkt. 10c oz. 65c.

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Mills New Garden Berry

A Very attractive garden fruit requiring the same cultures as tomatoes maturing in 3 to 4 months from seed. Plants grow from 2 to 3 feet high and the berries are produced in clusters which should be picked when thoroughly ripe when they are about one-half inch in diameter and shining black color. Matures in about 115 days. Pkt 5c.

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Gsoba

An annual domesticated blueberry from South Africa sometimes called Xulu Tongue and is quite similar to the California Sunberry grown by the great Luther Burbank 50 years ago. In colonial days of Africa farm women used Gsoba for tarts jams etc. Bluish black fruit is borne profusely in clusters of 5 mild semi-sweet juice stains like mulberries. In some areas of South Africa Gsoba is grown commercially using it for jam. Plants are small flat-growing bushes about 2 feet in diameter and extremely prolific. Ripe fruits remains on the plant while the balance is ripening without dropping off or spoiling. Most all the fruit can be harvested at one time by pulling plants at end of season and shaking. Full maturity is about 80 days. It appears Gsoba would be adapted also for making fermented beverages. Pkt. 25c.

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