Thursday, 20 July 2017

Wild arum berries

The dramatic green sheaths of the wild arum soon wither away in spring 

but the pollinated spike has been quietly growing into fat green berries, which are now turning orange and luminous red as they ripen.

Don't try eating them, but show your young relations how to recognise these slightly poisonous berries.

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