Rosaceae Family

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FirethornFirethorn (10/25/2013) Pyracantha (firethorn) are covered with thick clusters of berries. Sources on the internet say the berries contain Cyanogenic glycosides which can cause intestinal problems but are often made into jelly.

PyracnathaPyracnatha (10/25/2013) Pyracantha have thick clusters of berries. The berries contain Cyanogenic glycosides which can cause intestinal problems but can be made into jelly. This picture appears to be sideways.

Professional RosesProfessional Roses (07/07/2009) I usually take pictures of amateur roses, or even wild roses in the field. These professionally grown roses were a gift my father gave to my mom for their anniversary; So, I decided to take a stab at photographing professional roses.

A Dozen RosesA Dozen Roses (07/07/2009) This picture shows a dozen roses in a vase framed against a stone wall.

Raining AgainRaining Again (06/27/2009) It is raining again. The folks who build the house in which I reside planted roses by the windows thinking they would help keep us safe. The picture shows thorns, a window pane and a very wet rose.

Rose in the RainRose in the Rain (06/27/2009) A rose blooms through an afternoon shower.

Inside a RoseInside a Rose (06/27/2009) Pondering the secrets that reside inside a rose.

Saturated Cinquefoil Saturated Cinquefoil (06/16/2009) After several days of rain the cinquefoil developed a deep saturated look.

Red RosesRed Roses (06/16/2009) Red Roses framed by white bellflowers.

Rose in the RainRose in the Rain (06/14/2009) This rose was weathering the rain outside my window; So I took its photo.

Rose in the SunRose in the Sun (06/14/2009) This is the view outside my window this after, when the rain cleared.

Mountain MahoganyMountain Mahogany (08/22/2008) Mountain Mahogany has curly feathered seeds.

Choke Cherry BushesChoke Cherry Bushes (06/20/2006) Choke Cherry (Prunus virginiana) Bushes in bloom along the Gardner Fork Trail head.

PyracanthaPyracantha (10/25/2007) The Pyracantha is an evergreen shrub in the Rose Family. The plants are thorny and make a good hedge. The berries are inedible.

Chokecherry FlowersChokecherry Flowers (06/20/2006) Flowers of the chokecherry (Prunus virginiana).

Chokecherry CloseupChokecherry Closeup (06/20/2006) A close up of the Chokecherry Flower ((Prunus virginiana).

Wild StrawberriesWild Strawberries (06/20/2006) Wild Strawberries (Fragaria spp.) growing along S213 in the Uintas.

Thimble BerriesThimble Berries (06/02/2002) These bright white thimble berry flowers will turn into delectible berries.

Thimble BerriesThimble Berries (06/02/2002) These Thimble Berry plants are along the Salmon River Trail just beyond the Corn Creek boat ramp.

PotentillaPotentilla (06/20/2006) Cinquefoil (Potentilla spp.) found near the Ledgefork Campground.

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Rosaceae Family

The Rosaceae Family is large family of flowering plants that includes many common flowers and fruits including apples, cherries, strawberries, etc..

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