Today, I am thankful for "wild" additions to my perennial edible garden.
I was right.
The thorny "mystery" plant growing in the far southwest corner of the yard is a berry bush. Raspberries, I think.
And, the tall plant growing along the fence, about 15 feet to the right of the raspberry bush, is a native golden currant shrub.
Funny how the wild berry plants thrive in this year's intense summer heat without any intervention on my part. No extra water. No fertilizer. They are simply "blooming" where they are planted.
For this blessing, I am grateful.