Duranta bush in transition from flowers to berries

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© Ann Reece
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UploadedJune 28, 2013
TakenJune 25, 2013
Exposure1/60 sec at f/4.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length25 mm

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This is the same durana bush that I posted recently that is in our backyard. Now the blooms are giving way to bright golden berries. The flower attracts butterflies and hummingbirds and the golden berries are relished by songbirds. The flowers and the berries are often on the bush at the same time, like they are on my bush right now.

10 responses

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (28 Jun 2013):

    Ann, this is amazing! Never saw anything like it.

  • Joelle Crosby

    Joelle Crosby gave props (28 Jun 2013):

    Just love the mix of these 2 color's.......very pretty!

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen gave props (28 Jun 2013):

    .I have never heard of it either...but what a useful and beautiful plant. Are the berries edible for humans?

  • Ann Reece

    Ann Reece said (28 Jun 2013):

    I forgot to write about the berries in the description. The berries are not edible for humans and animals, except for the birds, they can eat them.

  • Raymond Fausel

    Raymond Fausel gave props (29 Jun 2013):


  • Deborah Downes

    Deborah Downes gave props (29 Jun 2013):

    Gorgeous. LOL. At first glance I thought those berries were lemons:-)

  • Donna Mullins

    Donna Mullins (Deleted) gave props (29 Jun 2013):

    How very unusual AND pretty. They do resemble lemons!

  • Leslie Hunziker

    Leslie Hunziker   gave props (29 Jun 2013):

    i've never seen anything like this. it looks like lemons. totally cool!

  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon gave props (2 Jul 2013):

    Very unusual and interesting. The beauty of nature!!

  • Elyseo

    Elyseo gave props (19 Jul 2013):


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