Field Trips, Plants, Shrubs, Survival in the wildManzanita on Little Si Hairy Manzanita My daughter and I just returned from an invigorating early morning hike to Little Si. What did we see at the top? Manzanita, squirrels and fog. It was nice. Share this:EmailPrintMoreTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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what a lovely view for a walk!
It looks lovely up there. Are those berries edible? Have never heard of them before.
Yes, the berries are said to be edible, although I can’t remember ever eating them. It was fun to see so many of them at the top of Little Si. I originally thought they were Serviceberries, but have since discovered the truth….manzanita (Arctostaphylus columbiana). Ooops! Always learning!