> "Jon Noring" <noring at olagrande.net> wrote in message
> news:9ne7pv$70g$2 at og1.olagrande.net...> > [Original thread on rec.food.preserving. Cross-posted to a
> > few botanical, fruit, and gardening newsgroups.]
> > As this thread discussion on unusual botanicals for jellies
> > progresses, what I think would be very cool is if someone
> > could put together a central web site devoted to unusual
> > botanical (both wild and "domestic") species and varieties
> > of fruits and berries that can be used to make distinctive
> > jellies and other preserves.
>> Jon I don't have the time to do ALL of this by a long shot but I do have
> lots of webspace and the expertise to do the webdesign. If you can round up
> a number of other folks to assemble the text/pictures and so on I'd be happy
> to assemble it.
You might want to check out Raintree Nursery (www.raintreenursery.com) in
Washington state. Not only a great online source for fruits, nuts and berries,
they carry a wide range of unusual edibles suitable to your purpose. Nice folks
- very happy to provide lots of information.
Pam - gardengal