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Berry Tree

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Sunday May 19, 2013

Danville, VA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Some type of berry tree - I am sure someone can tell me what kind.

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2. WeatherWise
11:43 PM GMT on May 19, 2013
I saw it when I was on my walk this afternoon
and is a really nice large tree....will be
a real feast for the birds! I will have to
be sure to check on it all along as am
sure will be a great photo op when the
birds decide they are ripe enough to eat.
Here we go around the Mulberry Bush So
Early in the Morning!
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1. ChrisAnthemum
11:30 PM GMT on May 19, 2013
Mulberries! They are marginally edible, can be baked into pies, but inferior to blackberries, IMO. There are red and white species too, but the dark color suggests that these will turn dark purple to black. Birds love them; just don't have any laundry hanging out on the line where birds are feasting on them, LOL!
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