Several patches of passionflower caught our attention last week. The vine is literally growing everywhere in Northwest Arkansas and we harvested a couple of pounds, dried it and have put it aside for tea.
Prunus serotina or the wild black cherry is also ready. We found several trees in Rogers and Siloam Springs, the fruit falling to the ground.
Fruit can be used for jelly, as trail nibble or for juice.
We harvested some for snacks–it can also be dried and eaten like raisins.