November Garden Challenge: Winter Berries

In November the red berries always brighten up the dark days of winter.

Barberry bush macro.
barberry bush macro Red berries on a vine in autumn at Queen Elizabeth Park.Red berries on a vine in autumn at Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver, BC Pyracantha (Firethorn) bonsai in Sun Yat Sen Garden. I actually have a bunch of these in the ‘woodland’ part of my garden. I bought them for their berries but every year the birds descend and eat every single one. So much for that idea.
Vancouver's Chinese New Year 2015: Pyracantha (Firethorn) Bonsai in Sun Yat Sen Garden Tree covered in red berries in Stanley Park.
Tree covered in red berries in Stanley Park in Vancouver, BC Xmas berries in the snow.Xmas Berries in the Snow Red berries fallen on moss at Sun Yat Sen Garden.red berries on moss, Sun Yat Sen GardenRed berries seen in January on my way to Queen Elizabeth Park.
Red Berries in January in Queen Elizabeth Park More of Hey Jude’s November Garden Challenge: Woodland.

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2 responses to “November Garden Challenge: Winter Berries

  1. There is nothing like the cheerful flush of red in the late autumn and winter – if, as you say, the birds leave any. I have heard that they love the pyracantha berries. Thanks for linking 🙂

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