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www.gettystewart.com/red-berries-edible-or-not-edible

In the fall, the orange to red fruit capsules pop open exposing the red berries inside. They’re very pretty and make lovely decorations, but they are NOT EDIBLE. The American bittersweet is native to North America, but the copycat look alike – the Asian bittersweet is an introduced invasive species.

homeguides.sfgate.com/honeysuckle-poisonious-57584.html

Bush honeysuckle varieties (Lonicera spp.) usually feature yellow, orange or bright red berries. They appear in clusters along plant stems. Japanese honeysuckle vines (Lonicera japonia) produce ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honeysuckle

Both shrubby and vining sorts have strongly fibrous stems which have been used for binding and textiles. The fruit is a red, blue or black spherical or elongated berry containing several seeds; in most species the berries are mildly poisonous, but in a few (notably Lonicera caerulea) they are edible

www.eattheweeds.com/honeysuckle-heaven-2

The honeysuckle family is iffy for foragers. It has edible members and toxic members, edible parts, toxic parts, and they mix and match. Some are tasty, some can stop your heart. So you really have to make sure of which one you have and which part is usable and how. On the top of the common list is the Japanese Honeysuckle.

looduskalender.ee/en/node/17476

Fly honeysuckle grows in the forest undergrowth in all Estonia. A large shrub may be 2-3 meters high. Undemanding, with pale grey, flaky bark, it may grow into almost impenetrable thickets. The oval leaves are placed oppositely and while they were greyish and velvety in spring, now they feel slightly rough between the fingers.

www.countrylovers.co.uk/wfs/wfsberries.htm

Some Edible & Poisonous Wild Berries. ... HONEYSUCKLE [Lonicera periclymenum] ... The red berries are ever so slightly sweet, being more seed than flesh. As not much is known about the nature of the berries I would suggest that you are extremely cautious if you decide try them, and do not try 'domesticated' varieties which might have had their ...

ask.extension.org/questions/285184

I think the species you are thinking of is Wild Honeysuckle or Red Honeysuckle (Lonicera dioica). It is a woody vine, but its leaves and berries are quite different than your picture. Conversely, there are many species of Lonicera spp. (aka honeysuckle).

www.ehow.com/facts_6768780_toxicity-honeysuckle-berries.html

Berries. Honeysuckle plants feature clusters of bright, shiny red or black berries. These berries are characterized by the sweet, honey-like taste also present in the honeysuckle flowers' nectar. Toxicity. Several varieties of honeysuckle berries are toxic, including the dwarf or fly honeysuckle and the Tartarian honeysuckle.

homeguides.sfgate.com/dangers-honeysuckle-55100.html

Most honeysuckle berries are orange to bright red, but Japanese honeysuckle fruits are black at maturity. Honeysuckle flowers are typically tubular in shape and white, yellow or pink in color. The ...

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Bush honeysuckle is a spreading shrub that can grow up to 20 feet high with flowers that change from white to yellow and red berries. If you want a plant that provides edible fruit, the sweetberry honeysuckle (Lonicera caerulea) shrub is a perfect choice.