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Pick-your-own berries & fruit in Berlin and Brandenburg

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I've loved reading your recommendations of vacant lots -- keep them coming! Above is one of my favorites (taken at the corner of Sredzkistraße and Rykestraße a couple of years ago. Doesn't that one perfect apple seem placed by a divine hand? And talking of bounty, I was stunned by this morning's pristine blue sky. Cool breezes and golden light: perfect weather for berry-picking, no? Off we go!

If you're inspired too, here's an updated version of pick-your-own places (strawberries, blueberries, cherries sweet and sour, apples and more) from last year's post. Do let me know if you have favorites I've missed.

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For free foraging in the city and suroundings, see the much-beloved Mundraub (with an article on the same by Slow Berlin here).

Berliner Beerengarten, various locations

Buschmann Winkelmann/Spargelhof Kleistow, Glindower Straße 28, Klaistow (map)
Tel. 033206 / 61070

Neumanns Erntegarten, Heineberg 2, Potsdam-Bornim (map)
Tel. 0331 501651 or 0170 8368646
Reported on by Suzy of Foodie in Berlin and Sam and Sophie of Krauted Haus.

Obstgut Marquardt, Potsdam-Satzkorn (map)
Tel. 033208 57718

Obsthof Lindicke, Am Plessower Eck 1, Werder (map)
Tel. 03327/45624

SL Gartenbau, Perwenitzer Chaussee 2, Oberkrämer-Vehlefanz (map)
Tel. 03304/39940

Obstbau Zaspel, Helenenauer Weg 2, Blumberg-Elisenau (map)
Tel. 03338/45524 o. 0172/4149186

Obstgut Müller, Dorfstr. 1, Altlandsberg-Wesendahl (map)
Tel. 03341/ 215856

Comments

Great list Sylee! Have fun today and if you pick too many berries to eat then I will personally go out of my way to help you deal with the overspill :-D

so cheering to think of urban berlin with the greenings of fruit within.

lol... eat the forbidden fruit :0

Great post.

Paul, I'll do a summer pudding soon and you can be first in line!

Jonquil, I know, long may that green heart live!

Dan, thank you.

great picture. The light is perfect for that shot.

Karina, I couldn't quite believe my luck when I saw that one apple in that light.

I've been dreaming of the blueberries in Berlin for the last two years. I think my little baby boy was conceived in the haze of ecstatic blueberry engorgement. Now I'm back and pigging out again, I'm inclining toward the raspberries...

I love those little green spots in Berlin. You never quite expect them, and they're lovely! The picture is great, too, of course. I love how there's really just the ONE apple - I mean, what are the odds? It looks like one of those ancient pictures.

The Good Soup, did you end up finding raspberries?

Daniella, you understand!

Comparative anatomy was first pursued to answer some questions about evolutionary adaptation raised by physical anthropologists. Anthropologists still make frequent use of comparative dental anatomy in their work. Thanks.

One of the things I miss most is the acres of wild blackberries that grow all over the NW (USA) around Seattle this time of year. Might be time to go scavenging - thanks for the tips!

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