th'ð:lth'iy (Tall Oregon Grape)

The tall Oregon grape can be found growing in the dry, rocky open areas of southern British Columbia and is usually found in the same geographic region as the short Oregon grape. The tall Oregon grape is primarily used to make jams and jellies as the berry is very sour and needs to be tempered with sugar or mixed with other berries.

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