Blackberry

   The Pacific Northwest has three types of wild Blackberries - The Himalayan is the one that grows along highways and fence lines, if left alone they keep on speading. They are a nucance to most property owners.
   The evergreen Blackberry does not spead and has a leaf resembling a tomato plant. The berry is firmer and has been domesticated where they are grown in farms. This is the product we use in our 12 oz. jelly.

Littlw wild Blackberry   The little wild Blackberry also called Dewberry by some people is a very small berry growing on trailing vines. These berries are treasured by Northwest berry pickers and make the best berry pie you can get. Most people save thier picked berries for pies at special occasions. We do a jam out of this berry and have a topping sold only at our Berry Patch Gift Shop.



Blackberry Jam, Jelly & Catsup

blackberry 12oz.

Blackberry Jelly
10 oz., $5.95

All Natural Blackberry Jelly, contains No Sucrose Sugar and No seeds. Net Wt. 10 oz. (339.6 g). Refrigerate after opening. Ingredients: Wild Blackberry Juice, Fructose and Pectin.
blackberry 12oz.

Blackberry Jelly
4 oz., $3.50

All Natural Blackberry Jelly, contains No Sucrose Sugar and No seeds. Net Wt. 4 oz. (113.2 g). Refrigerate after opening. Ingredients: Wild Blackberry Juice, Fructose and Pectin.
Blackberry 4oz.

Little Wild Blackberry Jam
8 oz., $6.50

Net Wt. 8 oz. Refrigerate after opening.
Blackberry Catsup 10oz.

Blackberry Catsup
10 oz., $5.95

Our Blackberry Catsup is from one of those forgotten products of yesteryear and is used as a steak sauce, for basting, or as a dipping sauce on any pork, chicken or beef. Net Wt. 10 oz. (283 g). Refrigerate after opening. Ingredients: Wild Blackberry Juice, Vinegar, Sugars, Spices