Weekly Puzzler #137: Tight Red Cluster of Berries

This week’s puzzler features another plant with bright red berries, though these are much closer to the ground, on a plant rather than a tree. Have you ever seen these while out walking in the woods? Do you know what plant they are from?


As always, if you want to guess, feel free–just use the comment box below the post. I’d love to hear from you and remember, all correct guesses will be entered to win a free prize. I give away a prize 4 times each year–on the first day of winter, spring, summer and fall. December seems like a long way off, but really, it’s just around the corner! Some prizes have been a sampler pack of my greeting cards as well as a blank notebook. 

Have a great weekend! See you again soon.

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  1. Joe November 12, 2016 at 5:38 pm #

    Clueless in Asheville

  2. Arden November 12, 2016 at 11:27 pm #

    Is this the seed head from the Jack in the Pulpit??

    • Sharon Mammoser November 14, 2016 at 5:16 pm #

      Arden, you may be right! Thanks for reading and guessing. Check back on Saturday.

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