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Latest revision as of 21:27, 12 April 2019

Berries are small, soft fruits often found on bushes, shrubs, vines and other plants.

Types of berries[edit]

Here is a list of berries, under construction:

Safety and berries[edit]

While many berries appear appetising to the human, many are toxic and should not ingested. Examples of toxic berries include: The berries on potato plants, pokeweed berries and the deadly nightshade.[1]

The unripe berries of the white mulberry, red mulberry and elderberry are poisonous but are edible when ripe.[1]

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