Honeysuckle Research Paper

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"The Appalachians are among the oldest mountains on Earth, born of powerful upheavals within the terrestrial crust and sculpted by the ceaseless action of water upon the surface," according to EncyclopediaBritannica. The same website also states that the two types of rock that characterize the present Appalachian ranges tell much of the story of the mountain 's long existence.Yum!...that was tasty! Different plants in the Appalachian Mountains are edible, so let us explore three different edible plants that one might pick to talk about.

"Blackberries are characterized by their coloring, their unique composition and their flavor," according to SpecialtyProduce.com. Like raspberries, blackberries are not technically a berry,
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The website also states that while honeysuckle, and Lonicera Japonica, called Japanese Honeysuckle. Common honeysuckle, usually found in Europe, is known to climb up to 32 feet high, has white and yellowish colored flowers and sprouts red berries. Japanese Honeysuckle produces a vanilla scent and can potentially grow more than 80 feet. It also possesses double-tongued white flowers that turn yellow as they mature. Japanese Honeysuckle is also known as invasive species and is sometimes classified as a weed. They have a sweet-honey like nectar.

"The green gooseberry is a widely varied fruit depending upon the cultivar," according to SpecialtyProduce.com. The exterior can range in texture from smooth translucent to fuzzy and opaque. They vary in size from that of a large cherry tomato to smaller than a blueberry. The round, slightly oblong berries have a taut, pale green skin and tomato-like flesh dotted with tiny edible seeds. Their tart, juicy flesh is not as sweet as the red varieties, but offers flavors of kiwi, star fruit, and green grape with a moderately acidic floral

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