Muscadines (Vitis rotundifolia), used for jams, juice, jelly and wine, are native to the Southeastern United States from Delaware to the Gulf of Mexico. Muscadine berries range from bronze to dark purple to black in color when ripe. However, many wild varieties stay green through maturity. They have skin sufficiently tough that eating the raw fruit often involves biting a small hole in the skin to suck out the pulp inside.
Freeze muscadines and use for smoothies. Muscadines boast high antioxidant properties and have been dubbed a super-food in fighting cancers, diabetes and inflammation. They’re also very high in protein and fiber. #GottoBeNC #Muscadine
Photos Showing the Beauty and Diversity of Seeds, Created Using a Scanner
For Svjetlana Tepavcevic, her series of seed photos, Means of Reproduction, is about seeing the beauty of the mundane and staying aware of life's origins. A perspective influenced by living through the Bosnian War in her early