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Edible or poisonous berry?

Posted by true-blue Montreal, Canada Z4 (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 13, 14 at 8:55

Tree growing in Montreal.

Never seen any squirrel or bird eating from it.

Photo of berries.

Tree is the size of a service berry approx.

This post was edited by true-blue on Wed, Aug 13, 14 at 8:57


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Malus


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Cut one open and see if it resembles an apple (Malus). If so then you have a crabapple (also Malus).


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Crabapple/ Malus.


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Thanks a lot all!


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if you dont know the difference between a fruit and a berry ...

i would suggest .... that you be extremely careful in sticking things in your mouth ...

and asking a bunch of strangers on the web itself.. is suspect ...

try to find a local program for learning about all that kind of stuff... contact a local community college... local garden clubs... or Provencal Ag offices to find such ...

ken


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RE: Edible or poisonous berry?

Ken, the fruit is the size of a serviceberry, but I wasn't planning to eat it anyway ;-)

Thanks for the recommendations though.


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