Here’s one prior to my camera stopping working…..
August is the time that the berry collecting season gets underway,
beginning with Clouberry (Hjortron in Swedish). Cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus) is a member of the same family as Blackberry, but grows close to the ground and only bears one fruit. But not all plants bear fruit as some are male and some are female.
The fruit is orange/yellow in colour and has a distinctive smell which travels for some distance when the fruit are ripe.
This is a typical area where Cloudberry grows.
Once home, the Cloudberries are cleaned and divided up into small bags for use during the long winter.
The Blueberries will be gathered next and shortly after the Cow Berry/Lingon.
We are also harvesting our potatoes now after our first frost last week. The first ones we harvested were at the cabin
There was a surprisingly good crop from ten plants, which were set in June.
We store the food in a cold store in the cellar.
We found this while out collecting
So thanks to Jonas we now know that this is “gul parasollmossa (Splachnum luteum) which is Norrbottens landskapsmossa”…..Thanks Jonas :>)