These dark, juicy berries grow on thorny bushes and have a sweet-tart flavor. They're versatile and can be eaten fresh, used in baked goods, or made into jams and preserves.
Blueberries are small, round berries with a sweet and slightly tangy taste. They are packed with antioxidants and are delicious eaten fresh, added to cereals, smoothies, or baked into muffins and pies.
These delicate berries have a sweet-tart flavor and come in various colors like red, black, purple, and golden. They're perfect for eating fresh, adding to salads, or using in desserts.
While often cultivated, wild strawberries have an intense sweetness and fragrance. They're smaller than cultivated varieties but bursting with flavor and can be enjoyed fresh or used in various recipes.
These small, round berries resemble blueberries and have a unique flavor profile, ranging from sweet-tart to slightly tangy. They are great for jams, pies, or eaten fresh if you can find them.
Dark purple elderberries grow in clusters and have a tart flavor. They're often used in making jams, syrups, and even wines, and are rich in antioxidants and vitamins.
These tart berries come in green, red, or yellow varieties and are used in cooking, especially in jams, pies, and desserts. They have a unique taste and can be eaten raw if ripe.
Found in some regions, salmonberries resemble raspberries and come in shades of yellow, orange, or red. They have a mildly sweet flavor and can be eaten fresh or used in preserves.