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lichen-thr0pe · 3 months ago
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The least spectacular tasting raspberry Rubus spectabilus aka Salmon berry. Sure are pretty though.
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flowerishness · 7 months ago
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Rubus spectabilis (Salmonberry)
It is generally believed that people first arrived in North America about 14,000 years ago. As they spread down the west coast they encountered the Salmonberry and quickly made the berries a staple food. Not quite as sweet as it’s cousin the Raspberry it was eaten fresh and, more importantly, it was pounded into mush and dried as fruit bark for the long, cold winter months. Naturally high in Vitamin C it was an essential ‘survival food’ and no doubt, at the very least, kept scurvy at bay
This lovely specimen is growing in it’s home and native land (AKA my back garden). Salmonberry flowers have up to a hundred stamens and play ‘dinner table’ to all the local pollinating insects. It’s little pink face is always a welcome sight in April and, as per usual, it’s showed up right on time. Isn’t Springtime wonderful?
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wiley-treehouse-gardens · 4 months ago
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Bounty! On my walk today I got to eat snacks! Blackberries, salmon berries (the orange ones, native to the PNW) and I picked a pear for later.
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July 16, 2021
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curiouscatalog · a year ago
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From: Maund, B. (Benjamin), 1790-1863. The botanic garden. London : George Bell and Sons, York Street, Covent Garden, 1878
SB407 .M45 1878 vol. 3
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quintessentialarts · 5 months ago
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Another photo of this puppy 😊 °*°*°*°*°*°*° I submitted my Salmon Berry Necklace for the Etsy Design Awards last week. Wish me luck! 🤞🏻 I've always been especially proud of this necklace design. It started as a request from the lovely @hearthstonefables and grew into a much larger thing 😆 I don't make molds for these, each one is one-of-a-kind directly from a set of leaves. The current (and only) set I have is HUGE. It'll be a stunning and epic creature. It's waiting for the final touches, such as if stones are to be added, and the custom length 🍃🌹🍃 https://www.etsy.com/listing/465999186/reserved-salmonberry
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jubilantdeenie · 6 months ago
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Spent Mother's Day exploring trails where the salmon and thimble berries are in flower. & This snail was alive, so I took a picture instead of disturbing it. We also saw massive and ancient looking wild rose bushes filled with buds not yet opened. Hope to go back again soon to see it in full bloom. #life #today #salmonberry #thimbleberries #flowers #nature #snail #pacificnorthwest #spring #mothernature #mothersday https://www.instagram.com/p/COrQKjTBR_9/?igshid=hs3mnz02lucw
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houndofhecate · a year ago
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Salmonberry (Rubus spectabilis)
🌿 A shrub perennial wooden stems with fine prickles, trifolate leaves tapered at the end, pink 5- petal flowers 🌿 It produces berry that when ripe is yellow, orange or red similar in shape to a blackberry 🌿 Native to Olympic range of the north American continent 🌿 Traditionally prepared by indigenous people with salmon and salmon grease or roe and is presently eaten in jellies, jams and wine 🌿 Medicinal uses reported by the Quileute and Makah discusses use of the leaves or bark to ease tooth pain, sores, or burns
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flowerishness · a year ago
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Rubus spectabilis (Salmonberry)
When Captain Cook landed at Nootka Sound on Vancouver Island on March 30, 1778, Salmonberries were flowering at the water’s edge. He stayed for a month so he may have eaten the berries, served with oolichan oil and smoked salmon, at feasts hosted by Chief Maquinna of the Nuu’chah’nulth First Nation . 
This Salmonberry is flowering in my back garden. I planted it to attract native bird’s and it works like a charm.
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jhfrench · 2 years ago
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Inktober 06 — It’s salmonberry season!
For Inktober, I am drawing forageable items from the game Stardew Valley.
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raedusoleil · a year ago
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I’m so thankful for Carkeek Park, which is part of the walk from my house to my parents.  It’s not just a break from the urban environment, but you don’t feel like you are in a pandemic scenario when you walk through it.  
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russell-tomlin · 2 years ago
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Salmonberry Blossom Red
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moonshinerising · a year ago
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Macro is fun. Close-up crops of shots from my previous post.
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heatherwitch · 2 years ago
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Rubus spectabilis & Oemleria cerasiformis.
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muddyandfoxgloved · 2 years ago
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🌸💗🏵💕
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