Here is the Sunberry, Solanum guinense x villosum It is also known as the Wonderberry. Apparently it was bred by Luther Burbank in the early 1900s; distributed by John Lewis Childs as Wonderberry. Great controversy ensued over the plant’s provenance and true identity, and Burbank’s reputation was badly damaged. Plants are highly prolific reseeding its self every year spreading all around getting to a little over 3.5 feet tall. One plant can produce hundreds of 1/4 inch slightly sweet, dull blue berries. They are really good in cereal in the morning! also make a good jam too. Open pollinated 30 to 45 days from sprouting.
Here is the Sunberry, Solanum guinense x villosum It is also known as the Wonderberry. Apparently it was bred by Luther Burbank in the early 1900s; distributed by John Lewis Childs as Wonderberry. Great controversy ensued over the plant’s provenance and true identity, and Burbank’s reputation was badly damaged. Plants are highly prolific reseeding its self every year spreading all around getting to a little over 3.5 feet tall. One plant can produce hundreds of 1/4 inch slightly sweet, dull blue berries. They are really good in cereal in the morning! also make a good jam too. Open pollinated 30 to 45 days from sprouting.
Here is the Sunberry, Solanum guinense x villosum It is also known as the Wonderberry. Apparently it was bred by Luther Burbank in the early 1900s; distributed by John Lewis Childs as Wonderberry. Great controversy ensued over the plant’s provenance and true identity, and Burbank’s reputation was badly damaged. Plants are highly prolific reseeding its self every year spreading all around getting to a little over 3.5 feet tall. One plant can produce hundreds of 1/4 inch slightly sweet, dull blue berries. They are really good in cereal in the morning! also make a good jam too. Open pollinated 30 to 45 days from sprouting.

Sunberry

Solanum guinense x villosum

Here is the Sunberry, Solanum guinense x villosum It is also known as the Wonderberry. Apparently it was bred by Luther Burbank in the early 1900s; distributed by John Lewis Childs as Wonderberry. Great controversy ensued over the plant’s provenance and true identity, and Burbank’s reputation was badly damaged. Plants are highly prolific reseeding its self every year spreading all around getting to a little over 3.5 feet tall. One plant can produce hundreds of 1/4 inch slightly sweet, dull blue berries. They are really good in cereal in the morning! also make a good jam too. Open pollinated 30 to 45 days from sprouting.

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