Berberis thunbergiiFOUND by Double Rainbow 1
Quality checked by Mrs. H
Peer reviewed by Cabbage patchers 2
The habitat was right on the edge of the forest and was on the side of the road where there was lots of rocks, weeds, and all around there was trees. It smelled like pine. I heard the cars going by on the road. It was also windy.
This picture shows that the plant we found had an opposite branching pattern with oval shaped leaves , and so does the Japanese Barberry.
The Japanese Barberry has thorns on the stem that are near the berries and the leaves. The thorns are sharp and are about a half an inch long.
N 43.736840 °
W -70.275540 °
Upland Edge of Stream and Road
Fri, 2011-09-16 08:00
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