A berry

Berry

A berry

"The berry is a succulent, syncarpous fruit, in which the seeds are immersed in a pulpy mass, formed by the placentas."—Darby, 1855

Berry

"The berry is a succulent, syncarpous fruit, in which the seeds are immersed in a pulpy mass, formed…

Apple Berry is the common name of billardiera. The longiflora variety has greenish-yellow flowers that often change to purple. The berries are blue. The fruit is edible.

Fruiting Branch of Billardiera Longiflora

Apple Berry is the common name of billardiera. The longiflora variety has greenish-yellow flowers that…

The berry of the bramble

Blackberry

The berry of the bramble

"Branch of Common Bramble. a.-- Flower; b.-- Fruit. Bramble, the name commonly applied to the bush with trailing prickly stems which bears the well-known berries usually called in Scotland brambles, and in England blackberries." -Vaughan, 1906

Common Bramble

"Branch of Common Bramble. a.-- Flower; b.-- Fruit. Bramble, the name commonly applied to the bush with…

Children picking berries in a field.

Children picking berries

Children picking berries in a field.

"Flower-stock, Leaves, and cluster of Berries of the Common Elder (Sambucus nigra)." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Common Elder

"Flower-stock, Leaves, and cluster of Berries of the Common Elder (Sambucus nigra)." — Chambers'…

A small red tart berry commonly used in baking (muffins and cakes). It is native to North America and Canada.

Cranberry

A small red tart berry commonly used in baking (muffins and cakes). It is native to North America and…

The cranberry is a fruit of the heath family of plants.

Cranberry

The cranberry is a fruit of the heath family of plants.

The Red currant (Ribes rubrum) is a member of the genus Ribes in the gooseberry family Grossulariaceae, native to parts of western Europe (Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, Northern Italy and Northern Spain). It is a deciduous shrub normally growing to 1-1.5 m tall, occasionally 2 m, with five-lobed leaves arranged spirally on the stems. The flowers are inconspicuous yellow-green, in pendulous 4-8 cm racemes, maturing into bright red translucent edible berries about 8-12 mm diameter, with 3-10 berries on each raceme.

Red Currant

The Red currant (Ribes rubrum) is a member of the genus Ribes in the gooseberry family Grossulariaceae,…

A capital E decorated with ribbon and berries, used to start a chapter.

E, Ornate Letter

A capital E decorated with ribbon and berries, used to start a chapter.

In architecture the frieze is the wide central section part of an entablature and may be plain or—in the Ionic or Corinthian order—decorated with bas-reliefs. Even when neither columns nor pilasters are expressed, on an astylar wall it lies upon the architrave ('main beam') and is capped by the moldings of the cornice.In interiors, the frieze of a room is the section of wall above the picture rail and under the crown moldings or cornice. By extension, a frieze is a long stretch of painted, sculpted or even calligraphic decoration in such a position, normally above eye-level. Frieze decorations may depict scenes in a sequence of discrete panels. The material of which the frieze is made of may be plasterwork, carved wood or other decorative medium.This image is "intended to convey an idea of the details of decoration which characterized the Renaissance style during its best period, and which display considerable grace and finish. They are based on the antique Roman type, but still display a peculiar independent treatment, as in the deeply under-cut foliage in the arabesques and the lightness and clearness of the stalks and tendrils."

Friezes at Venice

In architecture the frieze is the wide central section part of an entablature and may be plain or—in…

The common names of gaultheria procumbens are creeping wintergreen and Canada tea. The berries are red and edible. The flowers are white and grow alone on the stems.

Flowering Branch of Gaultheria Procumbens (Creeping Wintergreen)

The common names of gaultheria procumbens are creeping wintergreen and Canada tea. The berries are red…

The flowers of gaultheria shallon are white tinged with red. The berries are round and purple. The berries are also edible and are used in tarts.

Gaultheria Shallon

The flowers of gaultheria shallon are white tinged with red. The berries are round and purple. The berries…

"A species of the genus Ilex, which contains about 175 species distributed throughout the world. They are ornamental shrubs with evergreen or deciduous and sometimes spiny leaves and black, red or yellow berries, which remain on the shrubs until the following spring." — Beach, 1909

Holly

"A species of the genus Ilex, which contains about 175 species distributed throughout the world. They…

Of the Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae), the fly-honeysuckle (Lonicera canadensis).

Fly-Honeysuckle

Of the Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae), the fly-honeysuckle (Lonicera canadensis).

The huckleberry is a fruit of the heath family of plants.

Huckleberry

The huckleberry is a fruit of the heath family of plants.

Ilex cornuta is a variety of holly. The berries of this variety are large. The leaves are hard and dark green. The leaves usually have three strong spines at the end.

Habit, Flowering Branch, and Flower of Ilex Cornuta

Ilex cornuta is a variety of holly. The berries of this variety are large. The leaves are hard and dark…

An illustration showing both the flower (a) and fruit (b) of the Indian Cucumber-root plant. Medeola virginiana or Indian Cucumber-root is a perennial plant in the genus Medeola. It occurs with either a single tier or two tiers of leaves. The upper tier consists of from three to five whorled leaves on the stem above a lower tier of five to nine (also whorled). Only the two-tiered plants produce flowers which are green-to-yellow and appear from May to June. When two-tiered, it grows up to 30 inches high. The waxy leaves are typically 2.5 inches long and about an inch wide, but can be as long as five inches. The leaves have an entire margin. It typically produces three dark blue to purple, inedible berries above the top tier of leaves in September.

Indian Cucumber-root

An illustration showing both the flower (a) and fruit (b) of the Indian Cucumber-root plant. Medeola…

A greenish-red plant with laciniate-cut leaves. In the spring, edible crimson berries are produced and remain throughout the winter.

Rhus Glabra Laciniata

A greenish-red plant with laciniate-cut leaves. In the spring, edible crimson berries are produced and…

The common name of laurus nobilis is common laurel or sweet bay tree. The flowers are yellow and inconspicuous. The berries are a very dark purple and become ripe in October.

Fruiting Twig, Inflorescence, and Fruits of Laurus Nobilis

The common name of laurus nobilis is common laurel or sweet bay tree. The flowers are yellow and inconspicuous.…

The flowers of garrya elliptica are greenish white or yellowish in color. The berries on the shrub are black. The shrub grows between eight and ten feet tall.

Flowering Twig of a Male Plant of Garrya Elliptica

The flowers of garrya elliptica are greenish white or yellowish in color. The berries on the shrub are…

Of the Heath family (Ericaceae), the creeping snowberry (Chiogenes hispidula).

Creeping Snowberry

Of the Heath family (Ericaceae), the creeping snowberry (Chiogenes hispidula).

Sumac is any one of approximately 250 species of flowering plants in the genus Rhus and related genera, in the family Anacardiaceae. The dried berries of some species are ground to produce a tangy purple spice often used in juice. Sumacs grow in subtropical and warm temperate regions throughout the world, especially in North America. Sumacs are shrubs and small trees that can reach a height of 1-10 meters. The leaves are spirally arranged; they are usually pinnately compound, though some species have trifoliate or simple leaves.

Tanner's Sumac Branch

Sumac is any one of approximately 250 species of flowering plants in the genus Rhus and related genera,…

The laurel undulate band is a wavelike design of laurel leaves and berries.

Laurel Border Undulate Band

The laurel undulate band is a wavelike design of laurel leaves and berries.

A shrub that is native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. It reaches up to 13 feet in height, and is covered in small oval leaves and yellow flowers. The fruit produced on this shrub is sour, but edible, and rich in Vitamin C.

Berberis Vulgaris

A shrub that is native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. It reaches up to 13 feet in height,…