The ripe fruit is bright red and glossy, about 1/4 inch in diameter.
Some plants have a yellowish veining instead of white.
Here is the vine growing with a common companion plant, moss.
Red River Gorge in Daniel Boone National Forest, KY.
You can see a set of twin flowers getting ready to bloom in the upper right
flower buds and blooms on the Partridge Berry....
and to my surprise a berry in April...
Evergreen foliage with very fragrant flowers and red edible berries.
Great little ground cover in Charleston, SC... especially under oak trees!
a small patch in my backyard (which happens to be a wooded lot, perfectly suited)
Native plant found in central florida forests
Patridgeberry makes a good terrarium plant
M. repens growing wild - Moss Rock Preserve, Birmingham, AL
some plants in French Creek State Park in southeast Pennsylvania in late April 2016