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Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Wordless Wednesday


Thanks to our 

Hostess Sandee at Comedy Plus

When I saw these at the grocery store, I was wordless. 

   Thankfully Wikipedia had words 

 Pineberry is a white strawberry cultivar with red seeds and a pineapple-like flavor.[1][2]


Pineberry is a hybrid. cross from Fragaria chiloensis and Fragaria virginiana.[1] A pineberry is smaller than a common strawberry, measuring between 15 to 23 mm (0.6 to 0.9 in). When ripe, it is almost completely white, but with red achenes (the seeds). The plant is disease-resistant, and highly priced, although not profitable due to small-scale farming, small berry size and low yield.[2][3] Pineberries are harvested in the spring and summer. First identified in South America around 2002, pineberries are cultivated in Belgium and exported from the Netherlands.[2][3]


  1. There is a patch of a white strawberry cultivar in the community garden in Torridon. Until Gail was told otherwise she thought they were just unripened 'normal' strawberries. They are delicious.

  2. Did you try them? Funny how we perceive so many foods with what we see ... as they do not "look" appealing, being so used to bright red berries!

  3. The butterfly is beautiful. I wonder how many people buy those pineberries as they look like unripe strawberries..

  4. I've never heard of pineberries before. Thank you for telling us about them! Love the butterfly art!

  5. I did not know these existed. I think I would have a hard time with them because they look like unripe strawberries. love that butterfly, would like to taste one to see if it taste like a REAL strawberry

  6. We will pass on the pineberries. They look like unripe strawberries. Out eyes would buy the bright red strawberries next to the others for sure.

  7. Beautiful butterfly! I don't eat strawberries anymore and while the pineberries are lovely muted colors, I would give them a pass. Very interesting about them. I did not know they existed. Always learning something here :)

  8. I would probably buy those to try them.

  9. Hari OM
    The butterfly is all kinds of gorgeous... not so sure about pineberries! YAM xx

  10. We love that beautiful butterfly and think it would look great at our house. Those berries look funny but we think they might taste good.

  11. Hugs to Angel Madi ~ Gorgeous butterfly photo ~ Pine berries ~ learn something every day ~

    Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  12. I love the butterfly. So beautiful.

    I never even heard of those berries. I'd give them a try.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Big hugs. ♥

  13. Beautiful butterfly. We've seen those berries but Mom has never tried them.

  14. Such a beautiful butterfly, Logan's sure has some wonderful decor! As for the pine berries, the jury is out. I might have to put them in a fruit salad to try them.

  15. I love the butterfly light! Where di you find it? and the fruit makes me quite hungry! xoxo

  16. The butterfly is gorgeous and I would buy it...but the pineberries, no.

  17. Someone else posted these a while ago...I can't see myself eating a "white strawberry"!

  18. That's a gorgeous butterfly. I never heard of pineberries, I'll stick to the straw ones!

  19. Beautiful butterfly. My hubby grew those a few years ago. I couldn't get past the color- they look unripe. XO

  20. I don't think I have ever seen that type of fruit.

  21. Have never heard of Pineberries but they sound interesting for sure...........just aren't as PRETTY as strawberries!

    Hugs, Pam


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