There are many different types of trees that have red berries, including American holly, yew, dogwood and flowering crabapple. The red berries of some trees, including the yew, may be toxic to humans.
Some trees, such as the rowan tree, feature red berries that are used in jelly making. The hawthorn tree also is another tree with small red berries called haws. People use haws to make conserves and wine.
There are different species of holly trees, such as the American holly and English holly. Both of these species feature waxy red berries that are toxic. While yew trees are conifers, dogwoods include species of deciduous flowering trees that also have clusters of red berries.