Some Autumn Seeds

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beetleman
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Some Autumn Seeds

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Well, I walked the family to school this morning (my wife works at the school where the kids go also) and seeing that the day was going to be warm for this time of year, I took my camera to see what I could shoot on the way home, and this is what I found interesting. All these pictures are of small hedges of plants along the sidewalk in peoples yards....hope you like :wink:

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Red fruits are about 3/8" long.
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The orange seeds are popping out of the pods :shock:
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White fruits are about 3/4" in Diameter.
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Post by MacroLuv »

Lovely colorful autumn fruits there, Doug. :D Interesting white berries, is it a some kind of Jasmine shrub?
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Post by Ken Ramos »

You got a good eye for things Doug. :wink: I would have walked on past those and never have given them a second thought. Beautiful shots indeed. :D

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Post by beetleman »

Thank you fellas

Macroluv wrote:
is it a some kind of Jasmine shrub?
I am not sure what it is, but I will try and see if I can get an ID on it. They are the only ones I see in the neighborhood, so they are not widespread.
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Post by Cyclops »

I can tell you the first one is a Berberis, quite common round here.
The second looks like a Euonymus, or Spinde Tree
The third one is Snowberry(Symphoricarpus alba)

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Post by beetleman »

Simply Amazing Cyclops :shock: You really do know your plants. Thank you very much for the IDs....I will go and change the names on my pictures so I don`t forget the names :smt023
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beetleman wrote:Simply Amazing Cyclops :shock: You really do know your plants. Thank you very much for the IDs....I will go and change the names on my pictures so I don`t forget the names :smt023
Now you know why I was known as Greenlarry before.... :wink:
Plants were my first love, I must have been born in a meadow, im crazy about them!
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