I love berries. Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, etc... I don't have many but I have a few. Here are some Hood strawberries that are already flowering. If you're not familiar with Hood strawberries they are one of the best tasting varieties available. I picked them when I was younger on the berry farms. Unfortunately Hoods are hard to find. They have a very short shelf life so most commercial grown berries are varieties that last longer than a couple days after picking. If you want Hoods you'll probably have to grow them yourself. The things they sell in the supermarket bear no resemblance to these delicious berries. I had so many runners last year I used them to replace some older plants. Strawberries need to be replaced after a few years. This year won't be that productive but next years crop should be much better. The Chandler Blueberries are doing good. Chandlers are huge berries. I'm looking forward to pancakes and muffins. I planted some Raspberries this year but they are too small to even warrant a picture. I'm going to plant some Currants and Gooseberries next year. Maybe some grapes as well. I'm thinking of Somerset Seedless. I'm not making wine and my girl likes seedless grapes. She's happy when I grow things she likes. And a happy girl makes for a happy life.