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0 0 Pokeberry


by angileeDenton, Texas, USA

0 0 Tartarian honeysuckle

Tartarian honeysuckle

by Kathryn CurranSpokane, Washington, USA

Wild Tartarian honeysuckle with red berries

0 1 Bittersweet nightshade

Bittersweet nightshade

by IoannisCachan, Île-de-France, Tromelin Island

Climbing plant with violet flowers and

0 3 Red Baneberry

Red Baneberry

by Elton_WizardPennsylvania, USA

Red berries in conical cluster.

0 0 Deadly nightshade

Deadly nightshade

by IoannisParis, Île-de-France, Tromelin Island

. All parts of the plant, leaves, berries, ...

0 0 Tartarian honeysuckle

Tartarian honeysuckle

by Kathryn CurranSpokane, Washington, USA

Wild Tartarian honeysuckle with orange

2 0 February daphne

February daphne

by MauronTrebnje, Slovenia

Daphne mezereum is very toxic because of ...

4 3 Deadly nightshade

Deadly nightshade

by peterToronto, Ontario, Canada

Deady nightshade also known as Devil's

1 0 Fly honeysuckle

Fly honeysuckle

by Zlatan CelebicAuvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Tromelin Island

Deciduous shrub, some 3m in height. Bright red

0 0 Jequirity plant

Jequirity plant

Tampa, Florida, USA

Some red and black berries that are

6 0 Mezereon


by MauronSlovenia

It is a deciduous shrub growing to 1.5 m tall.Daphne mezereum is very

0 0 European yew

European yew

by MauronTrebnje, Slovenia

The entire yew bush, except the aril (the red flesh of the

0 0 Pokeweed


by AshleyBradfordAlexandria, Virginia, USA

Healthy-looking plants; berries in all ...

0 0 Common Pokeweed

Common Pokeweed

by annorionAltus, Arkansas, USA

and covered in berries. Good to know the ...

0 1 Honeysuckle


by KarenLTennessee, USA

) species. The berries are highly

4 3 common pokeweed

common pokeweed

by AnnaWhipkeyIndiana, USA

these beautiful berries are

1 0 American Beautyberry

American Beautyberry

by Ric3Florida, USA

Purple colored berries when blooming, w/ ...

0 0 American Mistletoe

American Mistletoe

by MachiFlorida, USA

berries. The

2 0 Red baneberry

Red baneberry

by mauna KunzahAnchorage, Alaska, USA

Poisonous red berries, also known as doll's ...

0 0 Tatarian Honeysuckle

Tatarian Honeysuckle

by kunzahNew York, USA

Wrinkly berries, inedible and invasive.

1 5 Coton Easter

Coton Easter

by Emma California, USA

These berries are very popular with the ...

0 0 Climbing Nightshade

Climbing Nightshade

by JimJohnson2Pennsylvania, USA

nightshade have been shown to be toxic to ...

1 2 Black Nightshade

Black Nightshade

by ForestDragonWestbury, New York, USA

dark, blue-black berries.

0 0 Nandina Berries

Nandina Berries

by HeatherMillerDecatur, Georgia, USA

through the winter. Birds love to eat them. The

5 4 Pokeweed


by dandoucette

highly toxic to livestock and humans,

3 2 Bittersweet nightshade

Bittersweet nightshade

by Debbie StewartRotherham, England, United Kingdom

The foliage and berries on this plant are ...

0 2 Poison ivy

Poison ivy

by ricTulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Leaves of 3 serrated leaflets each. White

0 0 Spotting


by cassandra.amSacramento, California, USA

4 foot tall plant.

0 1 Spanish Flag Lantana

Spanish Flag Lantana

by LivanEscuderoFlorida, USA

Can be toxic to pets or grazing animals. ...

0 1 American black nightshade

American black nightshade

by kunzahNew York, USA

Small, white flowers with yellow centers.

1 1 Bittersweet Nightshade

Bittersweet Nightshade

by keithp2012West Babylon, New York, USA

fruit is a red berry, and edible for ...

0 2 ʻĀkia


by mauna KunzahHawaii, USA

A lovely Hawaiian endemic plant reputed to have some medicinal purpose.

0 1 Belladonna


by DavidMroczkowskiChicago, Illinois, USA

The foliage and berries are extremely

0 0 Redberry Buckthorn

Redberry Buckthorn

by CindyBinghamKeiserEscondido, California, USA

Bush with small yellow flowers and small, serrated leaves. It will have bright, ...

17 8 Jack-in-the-Pulpit


by JenKnightNorth Carolina, USA

The hooded spathe can be yellowish green to pale and is sometimes striped brown ...

0 0 Mistletoe; Muérdago

Mistletoe; Muérdago

by arlandaComunidad de Madrid, Spain

Hemiparasite on several families of trees. Yellow green leaves. White

0 2 Pokeweed


by ceherzogColumbia, South Carolina, USA

All parts of pokeweed are toxic including ...

1 0 Pokeweed


by KarenLoughreyRichardTennessee, USA

acquiring a red color, are edible if boiled for 5 minutes, rinsed, and ...

0 0 Lemonade Berry

Lemonade Berry

California, USA

It can be found as a shrub or a small tree. Leaves are waxy.

0 0 Pokeweed


by Charlotte FletcherCharlotte, North Carolina, USA

Beautiful purple stems & berries; ...

1 0 American Pokeweed

American Pokeweed

by ForestDragonWestbury, New York, USA

flowers with green centers. As plant ages, stems turn bright pink, and dark ...

0 1 Holly with green berries

Holly with green berries

by HeatherMillerAtlanta, Georgia, USA

in the family Aquifoliaceae, and the only living genus in that family. Holly ...

0 0 Silverleaf Nightshade

Silverleaf Nightshade

by joanbstanleyTexas, USA

covering them. Yellow to black berries. ...

2 5 Mezereon (toxic)

Mezereon (toxic)

by valentinezzaVoltaggio, PIE, Italy

It is a small erect shrub, whose height varies from 30 to 70 cm (maximum 100 ...

1 0 Fly honeysuckle

Fly honeysuckle

by Zlatan CelebicAuvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Tromelin Island

Deciduous shrub, up to some 3m in height. White flowers, later replaced by ...

0 3 Lemonade Berry shrub

Lemonade Berry shrub

by KarenPOrange, California, USA

I found this lemonade berry bush (sumac) in ...

0 0 Agarito


by joanbstanleyTexas, USA

Bright red berries on 3ft. Shrub with ...