Zone 3-10 Mature Height: 5-8 ft. Mature Width: 3-5 ft. Growth/Year: 2-3 ft. Sunlight: Partial to Full Shade Soil Conditions: Moist well-drained
You will need:
- 5 Pints of Dewberries
- 4 1/2 Cups of Sugar
- 1 Box of Dry Pectin
Put berries in large boiler with enough water to almost cover berries. Bring to a boil. Turn down. Simmer berries 8-10 minutes. Let cool. Pour through fine sieve type strainer. Allow to drain overnight.
Now you should have 3 3/4 cups of juice. If you don't you can add up to a 1/2 cup of water to have full 3 3/4 cups.
Put juice into large boiler with pectin and bring to a boil that can't be stirred down. Stir often.
While waiting for this to boil measure sugar into a bowl.
When the juice reaches the boil quickly put the sugar in and stir constantly. Bring back to the full boil. Cook for exactly 1 minute stirring constantly.
Remove from heat and put into jars. Wipe rims of jars clean and place lids securely on them. Process in a water bath for 10 minutes.
Dewberries are both delicious and easy to grow!
We are one of the leading companies involved in the online supply of Dewberry Canadensis Rubus of various ages ranging between one and four years. This berry plant is usually found in the northern of the United States and many regions of Canada. Dewberries are members of the genus called Rubus fruits which comprises flowering plants in the rose family Rosaceae and subfamily Rosoideae.
When young the stems of this plant which are found to grow in dense shrubby places may be upright with straight bristles or weak with hooked prickles that are dotted-glandular and smooth. Its leaves each between one and a half and two inches long consist of up to five pointed oblong-ovate and cut-serrate leaflets. Their color composition is as follows: light green on top and whitish-downy below. Its fruitsfruits usually ripen between June and July. It produces tender and fragrant fruitsfruits that are big in size sweet in taste and light red in color.
It is widely believed that the extracts of this plant are capable of curing some ailments such as diarrhea and nausea. The roots of dewberry are powerful astringents. They are sometimes recommended for use by physicians in chronic dysentery and diarrhea. They can also come in handy when one needs to stop bleeding from cuts or wounds. The plant can be used for ornamental purposes as well. It is also possible to extract dye from its fruit. The fruits fruitscan be eaten raw or cooked to make jams pies etc.
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