Yesterday as I drove home from my teaching day at a Hutterite Colony I had an inquisitive mind. I was intrigued by mounds of soil just off the roadway. Driving in to inspect I found it was a gravel pit. Across the fence were brilliant berries. I have heard so much of buffalo berries and I was sure I had found them. Without buckets I was not able to harvest them. Now I know where they are. Next year I will pick my fill.
These make an amazing jelly. They also remind me of sea buckthorn.