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One kind of plant that has purple berries is the pokeweed. This weed can be found growing along roadsides, in clearings and in open woods from Canada down to New England, south to Florida and west to Texas and Mexico. More »

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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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The purple berry-like growths that appear in oak trees aren't berries at all. They're oak galls, which the tree develops in response to being infested by certain kinds of small wasps. More »

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You can identify pictures of wild berries by focusing on the shape, color, amount of visible seeds, type of plant and appearance of the plant leaves. The appearance of the leaves is one of the most reliable ways to ident... More »

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The purple velvet plant, Gynura aurantiaca, is a plant with toothed, velvety leaves that's often used as a houseplant. The leaves are actually green but have soft, purple hairs that give them their distinctive color. Clu... More »

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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. More »

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Popular edible weeds include dandelions, sheep sorrel, goldenrod, stinging nettles, docks, sweet briar, goosefoot, pokeweed, mustard and wood sorrel. Others include red clover, plantain, sweet fennel, garlic grass, chick... More »

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