Identify Sloes

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- Cut it open and look for a pip that looks like a plum. Follow this up with an image search. Expect to find blossom in the spring and the fruit from around July/August onwards, green at first then turning black. They can hang around on the bush right up to the blossom comes out.. - Another way is to have a look around on the ground and see if any sloes have started to naturally dis If the bush is naturally dropping its fruits then you are going to find berries on the bush that are ripe and ready for the picking..If you are hesitant about the identification of a berry as one of the edible ones Blue-black sloes, with their bloom, are the fruit of the blackthorn shrub/tree..

How to identify sloes. A, p.os, a description. All you need to know on how to identify sloes without me actually coming and picking them for you..Sloes are the fruit of the blackthorn bush, a mini relative of the plum growing throughout the British countryside and urban areas avoid fruits growing near busy roads, nasty fumes . use a good il.rated guide to help identify..Sarah Mackfall on 10/10/17. We pcked loads of Sloes this weekend and bottled most of it to make Sloe Vodka. Our 7 year old helped us .Wildlife information for children and schools. Autumn is a time of plenty with berries, fruits, nuts and seeds everywhere..

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