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...but a benefit of service berry is that you can eat them too (IF 
you can beat the birds to them); they are delicious!
John
Montpelier

>Mona,
>
>Yes, an advantage of Hawthorn and Mountain Ash is that the fruit tends to be
>inedible until later in winter - which can be an important source of 
>nutrition to
>the birds when few other sources are available.
>
>Dana
>
>On Mon, 9 Jul 2007 10:41:20 -0400, Kinglet <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>>I can "ditto" your comments.  I planted this species several years ago to
>>attract birds and, along with a couple hawthorn trees, they attract many
>>different species.
>>
>>Mona Bearor
>>So. Glens Falls, NY
>>


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