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Blueberries are known to be red or purplish-black in appearance, ranging from round to ovular, according to Mother Earth News. Hundreds of species exist and all are edible. Berries from bushes generally have thorny canes... More »

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Some types of berry trees include chokeberry, mulberry, western soapberry and hackberry. The fruit of tree berries can tolerate cold temperatures better than most berries, which grow on shrubs. Some berries that grow on ... More »

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While a cherry has the appearance of a berry, it is not actually classified as one. Berries are fruits that have fleshy pericarps, one or more seeds and are completely edible. Cherries are fleshy, but because of the pit ... More »

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Also known as St. John’s Wort, hypericum berries are mild to moderately poisonous. In livestock, this plant is poisonous and can cause skin irritation, panting, confusion, anorexia, depression and an abnormal increase in... More »

One serving of small blueberries contains an average of 190 to 250 berries. One serving of large blueberries contains around 90 berries. More »

Botanists define all grapes as berries, including red, green and black table grapes. The botanical definition of a berry is a fleshy fruit grown from one flower with one ovary. More »

Raw rowan tree berries are poisonous as they contain parasorbic acid. However, if they are cooked well, the parasorbic acid turns into sorbic acid, which is not poisonous to ingest. More »