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Berries – The inspiration for this painting “Berries” came from a small roadside tree.

A favourite pastime of mine is walking the hills around my home town, and foraging for mushrooms and other plants.

On one of my excursions I found a lovely plant with red berries and dark green leaves, which was the inspiration for this painting.

This plant, I have found out is called Cotoneaster and it  is native to south-western China.

Cotoneaster is a garden escapee, and is considered a noxious weed as it forms dense thickets under trees in urban bushland and along roadsides,. shading out local native species.

Attractive it might be, but not very popular.

Berries

Maureen Finck

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Berries – The inspiration for this painting “Berries” came from a small roadside tree.

A favourite pastime of mine is walking the hills around my home town, and foraging for mushrooms and other plants.

On one of my excursions I found a lovely plant with red berries and dark green leaves, which was the inspiration for this painting.

This plant, I have found out is called Cotoneaster and it  is native to south-western China.

Cotoneaster is a garden escapee, and is considered a noxious weed as it forms dense thickets under trees in urban bushland and along roadsides,. shading out local native species.

Attractive it might be, but not very popular.

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