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Plant id please - Korean barberry

 
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Very thorny shrub, berries were green and just starting to turn red in mid October. Located in northern Kentucky zone 6.
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Korean boxwood,  I think, I find it occasionally here in 5b, too, edible or medicinal, if I remember.
 
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Dan Allen wrote:Korean boxwood,  I think, I find it occasionally here in 5b, too, edible or medicinal, if I remember.



Sorry, Korean barberry, not boxwood
 
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