Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Wednesday Explorers Club ~ winter berries

Seems like every January I snap photos of red berries against the stark winter landscape. They are, after all, the most colorful things around, except for the blue jay hanging out in the depths of my forsythia. Rose hips, like these, look small but provide food and vitamins for birds that stay the winter.

Sometimes there are still wrinkly apples clinging to our tree, and dried beans hanging from the vines. What sort of winter fruits and seeds do you find in your neighborhoods?

1 comment:

  1. Very pretty. I have a tree full of lemons just getting ripe in my California yard.