This Bush has red berries with a depression in the bottom of the berries. Trying to determine if the berries are poisonous since my kids are attracted to the plant.
Picture of whole plant.
cant focus on a single leaf...nor the berry ...
WAG... honeysuckle... and not the good honeysuckle ...
Here is a link that might be useful: link
What? Are you saying you need a better pic to identify?
One of the bush honeysuckles, as Ken guessed. The pictures are not in focus so it's hard to say which one but L fragrantissima has those double berries. Did you notice a good scent in the very early spring from it?
Take leaves and berries to a local nursery and ask them.
Bush honeysuckle of some sort. Some are poisonous, some aren't... I know foragers generally say you shouldn't take chances with them unless you really know what you are doing.
All berries are poisonous to someone......
I agree with CaraRose and her statement....
" I know foragers generally say you shouldn't take chances with them unless you really know what you are doing."
Definitely an invasive alien honeysuckle that should be removed and destroyed. But you will keep finding seedlings all over your (and your neighbors') gardens, around the bases of trees, and everywhere for several years at least as the (nutrition-poor) berries the birds have eaten & pooped out will continue to sprout for years. (Voice of experience. Finally got MY neighbor to cut his bushes down 3 years ago & I am still pulling the %#$@ things...)
Here is a link that might be useful: Why they should be removed