Unknown Berrries


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Hello all, new to this whole internet posting stuff, but I had a question about a bush/tree that is in my back yard. I am having really no luck with looking it up on my own and I want to make sure it is people and animal safe. i would appreciate any help I can get. By the way, I m in Oregon
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Welcome Jonesy. :)

I've had a look around the internet and I tend to favour Mrsclem's suggestion. It could possibly be a black Hawthorn (not Blackthorn). Both leaves and berries are different to the common Hawthorn which has red berries. Although I found images I can't track down any information.
 
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This is looks very much like Douglas' Black Hawthorn (Crataegus douglasii). It is the only black-fruited Hawthorn native to Oregon or California, and is also widely cultivated.
 

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