I found gorgeous berries on a tree or large bush (about 10 feet tall) and clipped a little cluster the size of my hand. There are 6 or more, starting the size of a blueberry in lime green and growing to the size of large cherries, turning a bright pinkish red, with orange tones in the mid-size berries. They have bumps which are actually like little 5 sided pyramids, topped with a 4 sided little dimple with a single little needle point in the middle. Birds didn't seem interested in them. It has ovate green leaves that curled up, many tipped with brown (normal fall, dry lately, cold?).
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