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Berry Plant

Uploaded by: Biskitten

Tuesday December 4, 2012

Melbourne, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Don't know the name of these red and white berries?

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5. Biskitten
2:55 AM GMT on December 07, 2012
Thanks much Kathy, Gene & Gail - I believe Kathy is right about 2 plants - the red berry is a coffee plant and the "doll eyes" are a baneberry plant (per Wanda C)!
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4. gduket
2:39 AM GMT on December 07, 2012
I have been looking on the computer for these berries and haven't had any luck but maybe Chris has the answer... I will check too.
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3. Clabo
2:00 AM GMT on December 07, 2012
Looks like goooooood eatin', either way! :D
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1. ChrisAnthemum
8:39 PM GMT on December 05, 2012
You sure have a knack for finding them, Elaine! I am not sure but what you have two different kinds of berries intertwined here. Try looking up White Bryony and Red Bryony and see what you think.
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