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Old 08-31-2009, 09:16 AM
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Wow! I have never seen anything like that up here. Great picture, I look forward to an answer.
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Default Re: What kind of berries are these?

Don't suppose you have a picture of the foliage on the plant? Or a pic with the overall shape of the plant?

I also didn't make note of your locale-- usda zone info would help pin point things as well.
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Wow, that is a weird looking berry, sure hope someone has an answer, I would like to know.

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i think it is Euonymus atropurpureus
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prickly ash berries
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Default Re: What kind of berries are these?

I concur with rmooney,

Euonymus atropurpureus, also known as the red berry that ejects a black inner berry.
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Now...another question...are they good to eat?
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Default Re: What kind of berries are these?

yup, prickly ash. you can see the spikes on the nodes of the plant. good call
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Default Re: What kind of berries are these?

I looked them up, since they seem so unique. Then of course I am always interested in the medicinal qualities as well as their range. Here is some good info. Thanks for taking the time to post the photo and ask the question.
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