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Growing Berries - Nutritional Facts

A berry patch is a symbol of your lifestyle. You have chosen to grow, without question, the most beneficial food you can digest. There is nothing better than homegrown, plant-ripened fruit. You know you are digesting completely natural products. Throughout the spring and summer, a walk to the patch provides you with a healthy addition to your meal or a tasty snack.

Best Known Facts about berries:
Blueberries are filled with powerful antioxidants that are a proven preventive measure against cancer, and one cup is only 83 calories. Blueberries are high in Lutein, which contributes to good vision.
Blueberry Collection

Strawberries One cup of strawberries contains over 100 mg of vitamin C. That is 57% of your daily requirement. Strawberries also have ellagic acid, a cancer fighter. Strawberries provide an exceptional source of calcium.
Three Great Strawberry Collection

Raspberries are an exceptional fiber source with nearly 8 grams of fiber in a cup of raspberries. They are also filled with antioxidants. Great source of Manganese, a trace mineral that increases the metabolic rate and burns fat.
Raspberry Collection

Grapes are highly nutritious, and loaded with vitamins A, B1 and C. Grape skins contain beta-carotene, lycopene and ellagic acid, all known to be antioxidants. Grape juice helps prevent blood clotting by improving your circulation.
Seedless Grape Collection

Berries, the good health food source!
Read the next Article: How To Grow Blueberry Plants

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Before the first frost wipes out your pepper plants, select one or two, if you have the space, to dig up and place in large containers to bring indoors.
    Small, compact plants like 'Thai Dragon' hot pepper transplant well. Prune the plant slightly, remove it from the garden with most of the root ball intact, and place it in a pot with fresh potting soil. Offer the plant a window with a southern exposure. If you hand-pollinate blossoms with a small brush, the plants will continue to produce peppers through the winter!