It’s the picture I lost yesterday. The Mountain Ash on the left and the Highbush Cranberry on the right. At least that’s what I think it is. If you know for sure and can tell me if they are eatable, I’d sure love to hear form you. I haven’t been able to find any definite information about this large and lovely bush. (dorleska at tds.net) I have a larger version of this on my desktop. They are so bright and pretty. The other plants and trees in the yard and forests are also starting to turn. Lead, of course, by that all time favorite, the Poison Oak. It gets the nicest red. The dogwood is more pinkish and, of course, the maples the brightest sunshiny yellow. It won’t be long before everything is lit up.
I’m hoping the the stove will be lit up, too, but so far the woodshed is empty. :O Himself had better get on that soon! The temps are falling a bit every night now.
Hope you are having a lovely autumn! 😀
The pics of the berries are gorgeous and a sure sign of Fall. I enjoy reading your blog.
I was told that the more berries Mt. Ash has the harder the winter! I just found the highbush cranberry near me and I was reading up on it at this site… http://www.wildflowers-andweeds.com/The_Forager/highbush_cranberry.htm If I find time this week I was giong to pick some and make jelly or sauce with them.