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Seattle, zone 7 I believe, has things that looks like berries year round.

About 4-5 ft tall and grows outward like a crepe mrtyle.

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It is Callicarpa americana, common name Beautyberry, a deciduous shrub native to the southern United States. The berries appear in late summer/fall and are attractive to birds and deer.

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    Often called "American" beauty berry. It can be invasive, but colorful. Deer do not care for the branches and foliage so in our area of the Piney Woods ( E TX ) it is the dominant understory shrub. – blacksmith37 Dec 25 '20 at 16:07
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    I like calling it "magenta" color , more exotic.. – blacksmith37 Jan 5 at 20:10

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