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Vaccinium macrocarpon (Cranberry) - Yes you can grow these at home even if you don't have a bog or area of standing water. Not only can you grow them for food, but they make a lovely ground cover with their mass of tiny, shiny, evergreen leaves and light pink blooms through out the summer. Even if you don't eat them, the very large, red berries have ornamental value too. Spreads about 6', can take partial shade and very poor soil, but does need to be amended with peat if not planted in…

Go underwater and high overhead to see cranberries as you've never seen them before. We unlock the secrets — and bust some myths — of this truly American fruit.

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Change things up this year with this decadent and delicious cranberry sauce! Naturally gluten free & milk/dairy free, cranberry sauce comes in so many different forms and varieties -- the possibilities are practically endless!

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Cranberry Bog Fall Photo Essay

Cranberry Bog at Patriot Place includes beautiful scenery along a half-mile walk, combined with a very nice education on the cranberry growth process

Cranberry Bogs

Cranberries are Evergreen Dwarf Shrubs or Trailing Vines that can grow up to 7 feet long and up to 2 to 8 inches high.

Cranberry bogs turn red in mid-winter, providing some welcome color to the otherwise stark landscape.