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Can anyone identify this berry plant?

comments (4) May 23rd, 2010 in gallery
taji taji, member
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Can anyone identify this plant that produces berries similar to blueberries/huckleberries?  The plant grows about 2-3 feet in height.  The berries are sweet like a blueberry but no flower on the mature berry.  It is growing wild on a lake front property in Maine. 



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glennt writes: Vaccinium arboreum Farkleberry Posted: 2:12 am on July 24th
McNeed writes: The fruit of "Sambucus nigra L. ssp. canadensis" or American Elderberry grows in a cluster with multiple berries. Posted: 5:56 pm on July 2nd
mattielou writes: American elderberry? Posted: 9:49 pm on May 25th
etsywrapt writes: I believe it is a sparkleberry.

http://www.floridata.com/ref/V/vacc_arb.cfm Posted: 6:45 pm on May 23rd
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