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#458627 - 10/20/07 08:36 AM American Beautyberry
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Can someone tell me if this is American Beautyberry ? It looks like it is when I search the web but I just want to make sure I dont have some kind of look-a-like
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#458654 - 10/20/07 09:18 AM Re: American Beautyberry [Re: Worm]
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That looks like it came from a crabapple bush.
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#458827 - 10/20/07 02:47 PM Re: American Beautyberry [Re: Worm]
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 Originally Posted By: Worm
That looks like it came from a crabapple bush.
They do sorta resemble crabapples, except that my crabapples(which I had none this year due to the freeze) are individual fruits on little stems just like apples and pears, while beautyberrys that I have seen are in clusters along the branch, just as these are pictured. They are usually also much smaller than crabapples, even the smaller crabapple varieties.
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#458867 - 10/20/07 04:07 PM Re: American Beautyberry [Re: 4onaside]
Chris Tripp
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coralberry
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#459066 - 10/20/07 08:41 PM Re: American Beautyberry [Re: Chris Tripp]
4onaside
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 Originally Posted By: Chris Tripp
coralberry

You win the cigar!
You and the USDA Plant Database say that its the same plant(with pictures).
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#459301 - 10/21/07 05:10 AM Re: American Beautyberry [Re: 4onaside]
PRB
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Yes sir it looks like he is right with coralberry. I looked it up and whitetail do eat it but I dont believe it is a real good favorite for them.
Thanks for the help.
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#459304 - 10/21/07 05:18 AM Re: American Beautyberry [Re: PRB]
brier rabbit
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leaves are bigger on beautybery,fruit is lavender.
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#459830 - 10/21/07 05:57 PM Re: American Beautyberry [Re: brier rabbit]
Chris Tripp
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i promote its growth on my place and try to incorporate it in most of my management programs
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