Small glass bottle with a rubber stopper containing seeds. It
was originally acquired by a Québec farmer, from the Agriculture
Canada Research Station near Lennoxville, Québec to decorate his
kitchen. They were later identified by a seed grower as a variety
over 75 years old and no longer in production in Canada.
Blueberry picking scoop, made of tin, designed for the manual
harvesting of wild blueberries. The bush was raked, using the
nineteen wire teeth, or prongs, embedded at one end of the scoop so
that the blueberries could fall into the attached container.