Blueberries are blue, but what color is cran? Actually, the word cranberry is derived from “crane berry” since the blossoms resembled the neck, head, and bill of a crane.  Cranberry juice was used as a natural dye for clothing, and in my family that still happens. We also find them a favorite when making holiday decorations as they make a wonderful addition
to a popcorn chain for the tree.

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