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Old Oct 11, 2010, 12:05 PM   #1
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Don't know what these are but they sure are colorful.



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I don't know what it is either. How big are the berries? We have some similar ones down here, but I don't know what they are.



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They're not berries, Steve. They're bigger. About the size of a cherry.
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They're not berries, Steve. They're bigger. About the size of a cherry.
Then they are probably crab apples. Was the tree covered in pretty blossoms in the springtime?
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....looks to me to be "chokecherry", quite common throughout the upper & central midwestern U.S. states.
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Then they are probably crab apples. Was the tree covered in pretty blossoms in the springtime?
Beats me. This is the first time I've been to this place.

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....looks to me to be "chokecherry", quite common throughout the upper & central midwestern U.S. states.
Could be. I'll have to ask my horticulturist friend.
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