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Purple Beautyberry - Callicarpa dichotoma Habitat: Growing along the edge of a meadow; it looked cultivated<br />
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Purple Beautyberry - Callicarpa dichotoma

Habitat: Growing along the edge of a meadow; it looked cultivated

Purple Beautyberry - Callicarpa dichotoma Habitat: Growing along the edge of a meadow; it looked cultivated<br />
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  1. Such lovely looking fruit. I am sad that I came away with just one shot of this plant from PA, wish I'd seen more and taken more images - but then it isn't a native to your country. Posted 5 days ago
    1. Maybe you'll someday find it in its native habitat :). Posted 4 days ago

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''Callicarpa dichotoma'', the purple beautyberry or early amethyst, is species of beautyberry. They are cultivated as garden trees. The flowers are pink to white. The berries which are small drupes are purple. The fruits grow closely together in large clusters. The fruit provides food for wild life. The berries are bitter and are unfit for culinary use. This species can be found in China, Vietnam, Korea and Japan.

Similar species: Lamiales
Species identified by Christine Young
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By Christine Young

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Uploaded Oct 17, 2020. Captured Oct 17, 2020 13:06 in 91 Main St, Sharon, CT 06069, USA.
  • Canon EOS 90D
  • f/8.0
  • 1/256s
  • ISO100
  • 100mm