5 Edible Berry Bushes for Your Homestead

We already have blackberries, which we discovered by accident last year, and this year we have added strawberries. These plants are going to add to what we can produce ourselves.

Your garden will be especially delightful when you include berries, which are some of nature’s finest offerings.

Raspberries are a tasty addition to baking, such as in muffins and breads. With a beautiful red hue, they also add a pleasing amount of color to whatever you put them in.

Blueberries are delicious in baking, whether they are in muffins, pancakes, or cobblers. Blueberry sauce or syrup is yet another way to get the most out of this delicious fruit.

Strawberries are a great addition to your edible landscape. They can be grown in a variety of ways, from garden beds to containers and hanging baskets.

How to use your blackberries? First of all, they make delicious jams and jelly. Blackberries also taste great in trifles, even tossed into a salad.

Gooseberries make a delightful and unique pie. These berries can be made into cordials, and sweet or savory sauces as well.