Here is the garden huckleberry, Solanum nigrum. An unusual crop for gardeners to try, garden huckleberry bears small jet-black berries that are cooked and sweetened, and often combined with other fruits such as apples, lemons and grapes, to make jellies, preserves and pies. Garden huckleberry plants resemble pepper plants, bushy and erect, up to two feet tall. The fruits are not edible until fully ripe and cooked. They are toxic if eaten unripe! Click HERE for more info.
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