Pomes & Berries Gallery:

Fruit portraits of
'Wentworth' Highbush Cranberry

   

Highbush Cranberry

Spring's lacecap flowers of Viburnum trilobum 'Wentworth'
have become green berries by June, with flushes of red by early July,
as shown here. Before July's end, the berries will be glassy bright red.
These are going to cling to the branches well into Autumn.


Cranberry

The fruit reach their peak of color in August.
Birds tend not to eat them until after they've gone
through a couple morning frosts & are a mite less tart.

Cranberry

This October photo shows the berries beginning to fade a little,
having passed through their brightest red period. If birds don't get them,
there will still be a few faded berries on the naked branches
when leaf-fall is completed.

For more about the Wentworth Highbush Cranberry, see the primary
Viburnum trilobum 'Wentworth' page
& see the
'Wentworth' highbush cranberry page of the Autumn Leaves Gallery


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