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Red Berries

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Monday October 8, 2007

Bethel, NY (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Can't wait to come back in Winter to get a pic of these guys.

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2. ChrisAnthemum
12:48 AM GMT on October 12, 2009
Can't be positive from this one photo, but it looks like a deciduous holly, Ilex verticillata. This grows as a shrub and has male and female forms; both are needed for pollination but only the female has berries. The fruits hang on the branches most of the winter, long after the leaves are gone. I'm not sure of the hardiness zones, but we are in Zone 7 and they grow here. Several named varieties are available from nurseries that carry shrubs.
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1. Corin
12:17 AM GMT on October 12, 2009
All of them are good, but I especially love this image --how you captured the texture of the leaves and fruit.

Can anyone please tell me what kind of tree it is? I must have one!
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