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    Spiked Berries is from my The Beauty Within collection and was composed at Hopeland Gardens in Aiken, SC.


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    Default Re: Spiked Berries

    That is an attractive but very unusual image Steven, not only the spikey berries but the multicoloured parts. What plant is this?
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    Very nice
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    I am rather intrigued with that as well. Not a plant I remotely recognise.
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    Default Re: Spiked Berries

    Quote Originally Posted by Farider View Post
    That is an attractive but very unusual image Steven, not only the spikey berries but the multicoloured parts. What plant is this?
    Based on the foliage it looks like it could be a type of conifer to me. But I could be wrong!


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    Default Re: Spiked Berries

    Quote Originally Posted by Farider View Post
    That is an attractive but very unusual image Steven, not only the spikey berries but the multicoloured parts. What plant is this?
    Quote Originally Posted by Trev B View Post
    Very nice
    Quote Originally Posted by colin C View Post
    I am rather intrigued with that as well. Not a plant I remotely recognise.
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    Thank you for looking and commenting. :-)

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    Default Re: Spiked Berries

    Quote Originally Posted by ST-EOS View Post
    Based on the foliage it looks like it could be a type of conifer to me. But I could be wrong!


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    Thank you for looking and commenting. :-)
    Yes, I think it is some type of conifer/evergreen as well, though I couldn't tell you what.

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