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The favorable climate of l'Ile d'Orléans advantageously lends itself to the culture of red fruits. The proximity of the river moderates the climate by delaying the first freezing of autumn and last spring freezing. The grounds of the Orleans type (slightly argillaceous loam) and the sunning due to the convex shape of the island support the culture of these fruits.
The shadbush bay.
This fruit grow in a wild condition in the fields and at the entrance of the leafy trees woods. The shadbushes grow in grounds of various well drained types. Also known under the name of small savages pears, the shadberry was consumed fresh or used for the production of jams.
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Corrections et traduction : Marie-Claude Lavoie