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    Default Does anyone know what these berries are?

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    I have these berries on a tree in my backyard and I have no idea what they are. Does anyone know?

    I just want to make sure they are safe as they are in easy reach of my 4 yo and I don't want him eating them thinking they are a fruit. Thanks

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    I think they are a native. Maybe a Lilly pilly?

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    It's a Lilly Pilly

    http://www.burkesbackyard.com.au/fac...lly-Pilly/1342
    The berries are edible I have even heard of Lilly Pilly jam!

    http://tasteaustralia.biz/bushfood/n...t/lilly-pilly/
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    Thanks! Happy to know they are safe if either of my kids get to them


 

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