Seedy berries Post author:fitravel Post published:February 16, 2009 Post category:Uncategorized Post comments:8 Comments Reading time:1 mins read There is a bush just outside our office front door with these red seeds, berries, seeds, berries seedy berries on. I walk past it every day thinking that I should get a close-up of them, but I never have. Till this week. Tags: plants Read more articles Previous PostMill Park Next PostMill Park #2 You Might Also Like GOAL!!! July 3, 2010 Handling Cheetah January 8, 2010 Uitenhage has some seriously big ants February 12, 2015 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This Post Has 8 Comments Avril 17 Feb 2009 Reply Looks like a Pyracantha to me. A shrub with striking ‘seedy berries’ which according to Keith Kirsten’s first gardening book (which I have from way, way back) they are ‘edible berries’. Try one!!! They look sour! BUT I may be wrong – these days I think they are classified in the ‘listed’ plants that are not allowed to be sold in nurseries – could be wrong about that. Always thought of growing one ‘way, way back’ but never did. Good luck for Megan’s birthday party! – Avril Janet 17 Feb 2009 Reply Oh wow! I took a photo of the whole bush last week. Will post it – today maybe!! They look like little tomatoes!! Marcelle 17 Feb 2009 Reply I’m so glad you actually stopped and took a photo – its a great one… Kirsty 17 Feb 2009 Reply Beautiful detail! Karin 17 Feb 2009 Reply Great close-up shot! Don’t know what they are, but they look delicious (I wouldn’t eat them though…) leilani 17 Feb 2009 Reply Only nature can create THAT color… wow!! Jo 18 Feb 2009 Reply Goodness gracious, those looks like tomatoes! But what a gorgeous color! Jeanne 21 Feb 2009 Reply They do look rather like pyracantha (or firethorn) – do they have thorny branches? Lots of them growing on the verges of public roads here in the UK as they are very low maintenance. They look stunning with a light dusting of snow!