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Jigsaw puzzle of red berries from a rowan tree. The berries grow during autumn and are native to the Northern Hemisphere. The berries can be made into a bitter jelly or used as a substitute for coffee.

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elijah13
Jul 13, 2016
Never heard of these berries!
aknan
Jul 13, 2016
Rowan is also called mountain ash and it grows in fairly poor soils where other trees can't. Some people make jellies from the berries, but they're quite bitter, so the jelly must take lot of sugar. Our Bohemian Waxwings (Cedar Waxwings in the lower 48 states) here in Alaska love the berries, especially if they're fermented on the tree.
trynfindit
Aug 28, 2016
Here in n.e. Fla the Cedar Waxwings literally cover the holly trees' red berries in early spring.
Rozina1010
May 13, 2014
Now that is very interesting that these can be used as a substitute for coffee. Wonder how it tastes?
toadalove
May 12, 2014
Still love this puzzle!
malko
Jan 12, 2014
Here in Trinidad (home of Brian Lara-cricketer) we have a palm fruit that looks exactly like these but it's called gri-gri, it tastes sweet. found in the
deep forests
ColleenAnn
Sep 11, 2012
I have never heard of these before. Below it says that the berries grow during the autumn. I still have never seen them..
hockeyfan
Oct 26, 2013
Neither have I.
hockeyfan
Oct 26, 2013
The display the way they are in the puzzle.....is that the way they grow....in clumps as in puzzle? I think they are displayed very nicely in puzzle.
Barbaranne
Feb 5, 2013
In the Highlands and islands of Scotland these are grown in gardens to ward of the evil one, Birds and especially the blackbird love them, they are usually the first to ripen and the last to be eaten by most bird because of there bitterness. We collected them as children and mum made a wonderful rowan jelly that went with hot buttered toast a treat.
jaffacat
Feb 5, 2013
She must have used a lot of sugar if they are so bitter. What's rowan jelly???
Barbaranne
Feb 5, 2013
It is jam/ marmalade with no bits made from the berries, it is good with meat (red or white) and also give a special taste when added to stewed apple, plums etc
MelodyCrafer
Oct 15, 2012
At first I thought they were tomatos....:O
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