Wild cranberries growing on bush

Wild cranberries growing on bush

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Caption: Cranberries. Wild cranberries growing on a peat bog. The cranberry, Vaccinium oxycoccus, is a trailing evergreen plant, occurring in bogs and wet heaths in mountain and moorland of the Northern Temperate zone. The red acid fruit is globular or pear-shaped, ripening in August and September. It becomes edible only after exposure to frost, and is used to make sauces and jellies. Photographed in British Columbia, Canada.

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Keywords: berry, botany, bush, cranberry, cranberry bush, cranberry on bus, fruit, growing on bush, nature, part, parts, peat bog, plant, plants, reproduction, reproductive, structure, type

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