Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Wild Berries in Red and Orange


Some of the wild berries that we passed by at Marland Heights when we went for a walk last night.  I really don't know what they are but I called them wild berries anyway so you are welcome to tell me what's the right name  of those beautiful colored berries (there I go again lol).

This is the kind of nature walk that would be fun for people to take a break from working on their online paralegal programs and reconnect with the beauty around
us.

16 comments:

  1. Thanks for expressing what's in your mind!

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  2. super ganda...adgitizing lang po!

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  3. Wow, the pictures are scenic and beautiful. The berries stalks will look good in a vase too.

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  4. Aye - time to start gathering the fruits of the harvest ready for our wreaths.
    Denise
    ABC Team

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  5. Beautiful colours - the birds will be pleased with those - my holly tree in the garden is covered with bright red berries too - Jane UK

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  6. I think some of them are called pyricantha sp?
    We are beginning to see them take color around here too.

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  7. I've seen berries like that around here, but I don't know what kind of tree they grow on. Beautiful photos,

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  8. I believe this is called pyrancantha. It has beautiful red berries in the fall. Nice shots.

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  9. Beautiful berries! are they edible?

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  10. Those wild berries look very delicious. I also don't know the name of those berries. They look like our very own ratiles. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  11. I think they are possibly Mountain Berry Ash berries. Pretty aren't they?

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