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riverwindphotography · a month ago
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Snowberry buds in morning dew-light
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sootslash · 4 months ago
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this is what i needed the snow name for :)  this au
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b3nc0 · 10 months ago
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It felt like a set of more recent pictures as my pinned post was long overdue ^^; So here are some automn-ey pictures of horseshoe chestnut tree, hydrangea flowers, mushrooms, a snowberry, and sunset (through hazelnut tree and more zoomed-in).
Il me semblait qu'une sélection de photos plus récentes comme billet épinglé était plus que nécessaire ^^; Voici donc quelques photos plus automnale-esques d'un marronnier d'Indes, d'une fleur d'hortensia, d'une baie de symphorine et un coucher de soleil (sous un noisetier et plus resserré).
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soul-of-etheirys · 4 months ago
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Was feeling motivated so I drew a semi low-effort sketch of Snowberry.
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fleur-aesthetic · a year ago
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instagram | jannelford
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kirbyswarpstar · a month ago
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snowberry
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hiilumaru · a year ago
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Worm, but give it leg
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mymoosehat · a month ago
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wings of fire :D
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mikatesmods · 9 months ago
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A little bit of Skyrim in real life. 😊
Today's harvest of snow berries (viburnum) from my little garden. 🍒
When the first frost comes, these berries become sweet and delicious. I make vitamin tea from them and honey. It warms and adds comfort. Have a nice evening friends 💜
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pixierainbows · a year ago
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snowberry the guinea pig
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starktulhu · 3 months ago
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Upgrades people upgrades!
Someday all my body will be covered in flowers herbs and leafs
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riverwindphotography · 9 months ago
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Snowberry leaves in late October
(c) riverwindphotography, October 2021
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pattokarts · 11 months ago
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If my research is correct, these are snowberries. Until now I only knew the german name for them: Knallerbsen ✨
The first painting in the Plants & Granulation series where the background is the most inconspicuous when it come to the gold splatters. I’ll take & add a picture the next time the sun is out to show the full effect. 🌟
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drugaara · a year ago
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The mystery of the whisper of twilight is hidden from our consciousness 🌿
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soul-of-etheirys · 4 months ago
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Another Snowberry sketch. One of these days I’ll get a new tablet and do digital again. One of these days. 🤷‍♀️
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badgardeningadvice · 8 months ago
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Common Snowberry, Symphoricarpos albus
Thinking it would make a lovely knee-highish boarder plant near the walk. Because of course I would maintain it and it would behave as such. Several years later it grew to four feet and ate the walk.
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I can also attest from firsthand experience that the berries are not so much as toxic as they are inedible. Unless of course you like the taste and texture of styrofoam made from soap, in which case, have fun with that.
Update: Found out from the great interweb that snowberry berries contain saponins which is used to make soap all soapy. Confirmation that my tastebuds are, for the time being, still functioning as evolution intended.
Second Update: Snowberry also whacked to the ground, pondering what new unreasonable thing to replace it with. Don’t worry, it spread into the adjacent shrubbery, so not completely out of my life.
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msbriket · 11 months ago
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I love finding plants in unusual places like this burdock. It was on the edge of a field that's usually mowed short by the city and yet this one, and there was only one, was allowed to bloom. If it's still there in a week or so I might be able to get seeds from it.
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Elderberry that was clearly planted there on purpose to attract wildlife, and wild buckwheat that's very common here and was literally everywhere
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I also found two invasive species that had crept under someone's fence. Fig trees and snowberries are both pretty common in urban gardens but don't spread out much on their own.
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