Is that a blackberry Htmb? I think Youngberries look very similar. I have no idea what the berries were that we found along nearly every pathway and roadside in September last year ( in UK) but I ate dozens.
I would kill to be able to grow wild strawberries!!!
The hawthorne is just gorgeous!
And, don't get me going on the cherries... (they grow up in NY and Upstate NY has umpteen orchards). We had them but had a huge problem with the birds pilfering them. I remember my father trying every conceivable way to keep them at bay.
Htmb, what are those berries in your last post? I do not recognize them.
I'm sure you recognize the holly in the first picture, and the middle photo shows berries on a palm tree. I'm fairly certain it's juniper berries in my last photo. There were several juniper trees along the water's edge in Cedar Key and they were loaded with beautiful blue berries (cones, really). They're a lovely blue color, not captured very well in my photos unfortunately. I believe these trees are also known as eastern red cedars.
Ah, juniper berries. Never ever would have guessed that. I didn't know they were indigenous to your area, assuming you took that pic in Florida. I'll have to check out whether or not they would grow here, however, I loathe the taste of gin and am sure it is because of the juniper berries. It's one of those things that one tries and tries to acquire a taste for and I never, ever could. Ah well, probably just as well. I have known one too many "gin heads" in my time and it seems to take on a whole new shrinking of the brain and is not pretty.