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by Doug


This picture was posted on 365 days of natures, but no one can ID it. sorry, I don’t know any more about it. It’s nothing like we’ve seen here in the North East US

And, it looks like I’m going to have to tell you the same thing – you need to have a bit more information to go on; is this a native plant?? What part of the plant is this?

If these are berries, it looks similar to some of the Sorbus species out there, which can have different colors of berries, but there is nothing to tell the scale of it.

How big are these berries?

What kind of situation is it growing in?

Is it a tree? A shrub?

No wonder you didn’t get any answers, because there is nothing to reference in your post.

Unless someone is totally familiar with the local plant species (I’m in British Columbia) then it’s hard to identify a plant from another area.

If you know more of where it’s growing (swampy ground, dry sandy soil, among other trees, on a woodland edge, beside coniferous trees and so on) then please post in the comments.

Sorry I can’t help.

Have a look at this link to see if it’s similar; Sorbus cashmiriana.