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Berry (botany)

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In botanical terminology, a berry is a fleshy fruit without a stone produced from a single flower containing one ovary. Berries so defined include grapes, currants, and tomatoes, as well as .... Com...

How evolution led to the rise of cranberries - Technology & science ...

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Nov 23, 2010 ... Blueberries and cranberries are close cousins and are in fact not berries at all; they belong instead to a class of fruits known as epigynous or ...

How Cranberries Grow - Cape Cod Cranberry Growers' Association

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How Cranberries Grow: "Cranberries 101". Cranberries in Massachusetts Nestled among the towns and villages of Southeastern Massachusetts are more than ...

Fall is Cranberry Harvest Season | Ocean Spray

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Ocean Spray® – Every autumn, millions of pounds of cranberries are harvested in regions all over North and South America. Cranberries can be wet or dry ...

Pickl-It Cranberry Granola Gems — Blog — | Pickl-It

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Blueberries and cranberries are close cousins and are in fact not berries at all; they belong instead to a class of fruits known as epigynous or false berries. ... Several customers prefer barley flakes which they describe as "tougher, and more ...

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Fruit - Horticulture and Soil Science Wiki - Wikia

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The pericarp may be described in three layers from outer to inner, the epicarp, mesocarp and endocarp. ... Epigynous berries are simple fleshy fruit. Clockwise from top right: cranberries, lingonberries, blueberries red huckleberries.

How Cranberries Grow Introduction

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How Cranberries Grow: "Cranberries 101" - An Introduction. Background Cranberries are a unique fruit. They can grow and survive only under a very special ...

Red Currant Berries Information, Recipes and Facts

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Red currants, Black currants, and gooseberries are true berries because their seeds are held within the fruit, which is defined as epigynous berries.