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Article: Snowberry ~ The Name Says It Best: coralberrys in the fall?

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Liquidambar2
Mount Vernon, KY

January 17, 2011
8:50 AM

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Hi;
During my first 20 years of life I lived on a farm in south central Kentucky where I never ever saw coral berries.

Then I moved, and spent another 20 on farm in the nothern part of Kentucky in the Louisville area. (Bardstown). Our farm in the late fall was covered with these knee high plants that lasted well into the winter. I thought they were just beautiful but I did not know what they were. Is this what they were? Do those red berries appear in the fall?

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