Journal Notes: Partridge Berry – A type of ground vine usually found amongst leaf litter. The leaves are about 1/2 inch, evergreen, oval to heart shaped and grow opposite. The flowers are usually about 1/2 inch long and are bell shaped with four or five petals. Usually solitary the berry is bright red. The fruit is edible by itself or could be added to a bread or bannock etc. The leaves can be dried and used for tea. Fruit grows from July through October and can persist through winter.
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