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Anyone grow Huckleberries? Just got some seed and plan to grow them this year. I love a pie made from them. A unique taste that is quiet different.
 

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I was outside a little while ago an noticed my gooseberries grew babies galore over the winter. I know your askin about huckleberries but gooseberries aint too far from them.
 

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I was outside a little while ago an noticed my gooseberries grew babies galore over the winter. I know your askin about huckleberries but gooseberries aint too far from them.
I have never grown gooseberries, but i love them. Do you happen to know a place where i could get some starts or seeds? I can't find any. thx
 

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awww man!! i love those huckleberries :big_smile: granny use to make jam outta them too....... it was a job picking enough for the task at hand ,...and have mercy if i ever slipped up and ate the first berry while picking them,id never get the bucket full then:roll_eyes: never tried to grow em though ,,..always picked em wild in the mountains ...
 

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I have never grown gooseberries, but i love them. Do you happen to know a place where i could get some starts or seeds? I can't find any. thx
Not sure where I got these, Stark Bro's maybe. I know there are many places online to order them from. They are fairly cheep compared to lots of plants.
 

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If you buy gooseberry plants buy the thornless ones. Makes picking a lot easier. I have one plant that i trim back every few years and I can get atleast 5 gal. a year. Thats a lot if stemen. LOL If you want more plants you can just bury the end of a limb stiil attached to the original plant and it will grow.
Any good ideas on stemen them? It's a pain in the b***!
 

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Not sure where I got these, Stark Bro's maybe. I know there are many places online to order them from. They are fairly cheep compared to lots of plants.
www.gurneys.com

They have gooseberrys available among others. Sorry no huckleberrys.
 
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