15 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday 2 Sept

    1. So many questions…..they are the berries of an Australian plant sort of a grass called Dianella, a Blue Flax Lily common name. The berries start green and become purple. Not sure if they are edible. I’ve not seen any bird or animal eat them. Yes they could be
      https://tuckerbush.com.au/blueberry-lily-dianella-revoluta/
      But then again
      https://www.childrens.health.qld.gov.au/poisonous-plant-blue-flax-lily-dianella/
      Hope this is OK as an answer Judy. Thanks for taking an interest 🙂 🙂

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      1. Yes..very OK. Thanks for the links. I don’t think I’m going to be dining on blue flax berries. Your macro was so good that I thought these were more the size of plums. A surprise that they are actually so small. Such an unusual color for berries.

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    1. Yes they are purple berries of the Purple Flax Lily, an Australian Native plant. Very small. Somewhere among the comments are links to the info about the plant I did for Judy.
      Glad you weren’t wordless and interested in the plants at my place 🙂

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