|June - July||Common|
Description: From 4 to 10 tall tall. Leaves are divided into 3 toothed segments. Flower pods open then close after pollination, then reopen when fruit is ripe. Known as Husk berry by the lo timers. Fruit is very tasty more flavor than the domestic variety
Location: Fields, wood borders, roadsides.
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