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It’s Cranberry Time

A cranberry planting at the Trotochaud-McDowell/Everyday Pottery gardens in Belmont, Maine

A cranberry planting at the Trotochaud-McDowell/Everyday Pottery gardens in Belmont, Maine

November 20, 2019

Cranberries grow wild in Maine, and you can grow them in your own landscape – even without a bog. (Fedco Trees carries plants and provides cultivation instructions.) Roberta Bailey recounts harvesting the fruits from both situations in her article “Cooking with Cranberries, Wild or Garden-Grown” in The Maine Organic Farmer & Gardener, where she also provides recipes for cranberry rum relish, cranberry salsa, cranberry salad dressing and several other goodies. Her recipes provide lots of great holiday gift ideas.

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