Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Hello, fresh picked blackberries sound yummy. Happy Wednesday, have a great day!
Mmmm, that looks good, I would make a stop here.
"No thorns" obviously is a big deal!
I would have stopped! I love blackberries but they are so expensive at the supermarket. And thornless? That's a plus! Thanks for the note on the Wakulla Springs Lodge. It sounds like a wonderful place, especially with no TVs blaring away! :)
"no thorns" caught my attention too!
Hmmm...I had not heard of blackberry plants without thorns.
Nice to pick your own. Without thorns makes it even more attractive I think.
I love blackberries. We have them in patches along some roads. Did a lot of picking last year and yes thorns are a pain. Never heard of the no thorns blackberries.
I can't recall ever eating blackberries.
Sounds yummy! I've never picked them so didn't know they have thorns. ;-)
That is a hybrid worth having! We have wild blackberries here, but thornless they definitely are not. Delicious though.
Blackberry preserves--my favorite.
Those are modern blackberries!
Seems like this would draw in plenty of people.
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