- (Ericaceae), native
to western North
America. In English, it is known
, shallon, or simply gaultheria
in Britain. Gaultheria shallon
is 0.2 to...
One of the most common sweeteners
used with Indian
was salal berries
(Gaultheria shallon). The main reason
for this is that it was always...
(Cucurbita; Cucurbitaceae) Red mulberry
(Morus rubra; Moraceae) Salal berry
(Gaultheria shallon; Ericaceae) Salmonberry
(Rubus spectabilis; Rosaceae)...
- In botany, a berry
is a fleshy fruit without
from a single flower containing
one ovary. Berries
so defined include
is a line of smartphones, tablets, and services originally designed
by Canadian company
- Goji, goji berry
, or wolfberry
(Chinese: 枸杞; pinyin: gǒuqǐ), is the fruit
of either Lycium barbarum
chinense, two closely related species
- peoples. These include
, and fungi. Almost
all major groups
of wild plants
- this NZ series, Clark
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, Aileen; Harrington, Tony (15 July 1981). "Sinclair, the 'nice guy' who...
- compositions, with cover versions
such as Carl Perkins, Chuck Berry
, Buddy Holly
and Little Richard being
used to complete
the album. The sessions...
- especially salal
(Gaultheria shallon). In the summer
fall, Townsend's chipmunks
eat blackberries, salal berries
, and thimble berries
. In the late...