Could you help I.D. this tree? It grows along the water edge and has these attractive berries at present.
Native berries tree.
One of the shrubby dogwoods, probably Cornus amomum or similar with those bluish fruits and opposite arrangement of leaves.
Awww, Viburnum, I was hoping it were a type of Viburnum. lol. I'll do some reading on cornus amomum. Thanks.
Hah, I learned two new things today. 1. Indeed, that is the Cornus amomum (Silky dogwood) and the berries also called "drupes". Thank you for the positive I.D. ViburnumValley.
You are quite welcome.
Keep up the quest for the elusive viburnums - there's bound to be a few out there.
It didnt help that you photographed it sitting on a photo of beautyberry! LOL
Passiflora_pink, you're quite right. I wasn't very creative at the moment. lol