Wild blueberries are probably slightly "before peak" at the Grayson Highlands. The picking is slow and the crop is light this year. None-the-less, the berries are still delicious!
The autumn olive, as usual, is producing controversially bumper crops!
This invasive species is ripe from late summer (now) into early fall. Each bush varies in flavor and sweetness throughout the season. It is not difficult to harvest gallons per hour making this a good berry to put away for throughout the year.