Wild Fruit

 

 What's the difference between wild fruit and domestic fruit? Wild fruit has a stronger, fruitier taste, is usually more nutritious, and smaller. Domestic fruit is usually larger, but the flavor is sacrificed for size. Also, wild fruit isn't genetically modified, nor irradiated or treated with harsh herbicides and insecticides.

Most of our fruits are wild fruits, not domestic fruit and are seasonal fresh. Some like the Palm are domestic but also very good fresh.

 

Elderberries - click link for information and ordering.

 

cirton

Citron melon / wild watermelon / preserving melon - $2.00/lb plus shipping

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You have to buy a whole melon as we do not sell slices. Various sizes, various weights. Anywhere from 2 lbs. to 5 lbs.

wild watermelon

 

 

teaberries

Wild Pantry is currently seeking teaberry suppliers. Please email us.

 

 

 

Hawthorns - Tennessee

 fresh fruit or died -

1 quart $15.00, plus shipping (late summer, early fall) Email to order

 

Elderberry - 1 quart $20, plus shipping (summer only) Email to order

 

Black Berries - Mid-June through July 15 - $16.00/lb, plus shipping (minimum 1 lb.) Email to order

 

Wild Persimmons - Fall - $10.00/lb, plus shipping (minimum 1 lb.) Email to order

 

Wild Crab Apples - $8.00/lb, plus shipping (fall) (minimum 1 lb.) Email to order

Staghorn Sumac berries - $8.00/lb, plus shipping (minimum 1 lb.) Email to order

Autumn Olive Fruit - available late summer - early fall  - $25.00/lb, plus shipping (fresh), minimum order 1 lb.

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Autumn Olive Fruit (dried):

$3.00/1 oz.
$11.00/4 oz.
$20.00/8 oz.
$35.00/16 oz.