Some kind of a berry...

At the end of Summer hubby and I went for a walk at a creek going through  the town. Along the pathway I found  this red berries I asked hubby if it is edible and he said it's not. It's a bummer when you find something beautiful and  it can't be eaten lol! I think even the birds don't like to ate this plant...here is the photo if anyone of you knew this berry can you name it?

                               Linking this post to Mellow Yellow Monday and Ruby Red Tuesday

Comments

☆Mama Ko☆ said…
Dami kong nakikitang ganyan. gusto ko sana i taste kung edible or poisonous be hehehe

MYM-Lemon
Dinah said…
wow, ganda ng kuha! postcard-perfect!
Kay L. Davies said…
It's certainly pretty, but I have no idea what it is. Best not to eat it, though.
It is particularly beautiful the way you've photographed it with the lovely yellow-gold leaves behind it. Nice work, Kim!
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Liz said…
Pulang-pula sila. Ano nga kaya yan?

Happy Monday!

Liz @ MLC
Life Moto said…
beside from its beauty i am sure that there re some medicinal use of it.

happy MYM
Lifemoto MYM
Carolyn Ford said…
What pretty photos! The red berries against all that yellow is SO pretty!
pibyang said…
I wonder what kind of berry is that too. Hmmm.

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inday_adin said…
This one looks like A Possum haw and I doubt that it is edible. I see a lot of these at our farm and I like to trim some and put it in the vase and display it in my house every fall. If it is a possum haw, it actually has berries during the summer and it changes color during the fall which is the red color. I think they even call them fall berries or winter berries for people that are not sure of the name, like me. LOL! Check this website where I saw a photo and description of possum haw.

Adin B
http://images.search.yahoo.com/images/view?back=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.search.yahoo.com%2Fsearch%2Fimages%3F_adv_prop%3Dimage%26b%3D21%26ni%3D20%26va%3Dfall%2Bor%2Bwinter%2Bberries%26xargs%3D0%26pstart%3D1%26fr%3Dmoz2-ytff-msgr&w=640&h=480&imgurl=www.npsot.org%2FTrinityForks%2FTrinityForksWeb%2FNICE%2FPossumhaw%2520Holly.jpg&rurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.npsot.org%2FTrinityForks%2FTrinityForksWeb%2FNICE%2FWinter%25202008.html&size=296KB&name=of+the+season+wi...&p=fall+or+winter+berries&oid=614bea99d7e26b46cf8fd8f26f663de3&fr2=&no=24&tt=24300&b=21&ni=20&sigr=12911k9ma&sigi=125vhj3uo&sigb=144qbijun&.crumb=ozHNn19gZ2u
Shiju Sugunan said…
Red berries are usually poisonous but there are exceptions. This looks like an ornamental plant. Lovely capture!
parang ang sarap pitasin at kainin Kim hahaha...ang ganda ng kulay.

Happy MYM.

Kat
Stephanie V said…
Beautiful photos of the berries. I agree that they should be tasty when they're so pretty.
Gattina said…
Gorgeous pictures ! so colorful !
gengen said…
Great shot like the colors..Happy MYM!
So colorful one! Pretty shot :)
hip-chick said…
I do not know what the name of it is but it is very pretty. It's kind of nice that no one likes to eat it because then we get to look at it for longer.
Rajesh said…
Beautiful shots, very colorful.
Ralph said…
Naturally the birds won't eat these - too pretty to eat?? That remains to b seen, but the berries make a great RT post!
Gizelle said…
i doubt it's edible. lovely color though, sobra pula!
Tink *~*~* said…
Sometimes things are poisonous to humans but quite tasty for the animals and birds. Maybe these berries will be useful to some critter looking for food.

Happy Wednesday!

Tink *~*~*
EG Wow said…
Neat shot of the barberries!
Lui said…
Yes they do look tempting!
Marites said…
too bad they are not edible. they look yummy! nonetheless, it's really nice to see them. nice capture!!
Liz said…
Hello again Manang Kim. Back for RT.

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Oh, they are beautiful and I agree it's a shame they cannot be eaten. I came across mushrooms in the botanical gardens that looked so good I wanted to bring some home :D
Meri said…
The red looks so beautiful against the mellow yellow background. Well done!
Jama said…
It's looks so beautiful against the yellow background.
life's journey said…
I am back for my comment of your Ruby Tuesday entry. They are really hot red Kim....
Dani said…
very beautiful photos. I like the colors.

Thanks for the visit.
it's sooooooooooooo red... Nice entry for Ruby Tuesday too... :)
HOOTIN' ANNI said…
I have no idea what they are, except for very pretty!!!

My RT...homegrown pomegranates

Do stop by to visit to say "Hi" if you will!!!
EmptyNester said…
Don't know what kind they are--but they sure are pretty to look at!
ascu75 aka Don said…
Nope I dont know eithher but they are perfect thhe way you captured them. XXX Don
Anette said…
Thank you so much for your sweet comment today :) I really love your photos, too bad you can't eat these berries!! We don't have berries like that where I live, so unfortunately I don't know the name :( All the best from Anette in Norway :)
Erika B said…
Wow, talk about vibrant colors. I just love it. That first shot is absolutely perfect.

Erika B
ellen b. said…
The berries are very pretty but I don't know what they are. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
I don't know what the berries are but they look so beautiful and in time for Christmas. They'd look wonderful in a vase.
Night shade is an example of a pretty berry that birds and animals can eat, but we should not. I pull mine up (with gloves on) so the grands won't be tempted. They are pretty though.

Thanks for the visit. I could not keep the comment though as it contains a link.

God bless.
Cildemer said…
Lovely shots!
Thanks for sharing and for visiting my place;o)
Christine said…
A perfect Ruby Tuesday photo!
George said…
I don't know what the plant is, but your photo of the berries is absolutely beautiful.
Linnea said…
Don't know what it is, but these berries almost look like they could be jewelry beads. Stunning shots nonetheless! Thanks for stopping by.

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