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Re: [Wild-Foodies-of-Philly] Update: Where to find Juneberries/Serviceberries to pick now before it's too late!

From: Mike C.
Sent on: Saturday, June 16, 2012 8:32 AM
There are three big ones along the south side of Chester Avenue in Clark Park near 45th street.

There are several on Warrington and 47th Street, and a couple more down 47th towards Kingsessing.

I think there are some on 48th in front of the apartment building just north of Chester.

There is also a cherry plum tree on 47th between Chester and Springfield. There are a few others in the neighborhood, but I'm not sure where.

You might need a ladder - many of these are well picked over already.

Time is running out!


--- On Fri, 6/15/12, Lynn Landes <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Lynn Landes <[address removed]>
Subject: [Wild-Foodies-of-Philly] Update: Where to find Juneberries/Serviceberries to pick now before it's too late!
To: [address removed]
Date: Friday, June 15, 2012, 1:33 PM

Hi all!  I just came back from a bike ride and noticed several Juneberry/Serviceberry/Shadbush trees loaded with berries ripe for the picking!  Go before its too late. 

The trees/shrubs are at the corner of 19th and Vine Street next to the Family Courthouse.

Heading toward City Hall there are a couple of large Juneberry trees 1709 Ben Franklin Parkway (in front of United Way of Southeastern Pa) with berries to spare. If I recall correctly from last year, there are also some Juneberry trees also at the corner of Baltimore and 48th Street in West Philly.  Lastly, although the berries are almost all dried out, there are 3 large concrete planters with Juneberry trees in them in front of Macy's on Market Street. 

If you know of other places to pick Juneberries or mulberries, please let us know by posting it on the Discussion Board.



Edited by Lynn Landes on Jun 15,[masked]:31 PM

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