Panax quinquefolius (American Ginseng) in Fruit by Tom Potterfield

American Ginseng in Fruit

A close-up view of Panax quinquefolius, commonly known as American ginseng, with its fruit visible. The plant has five leaflets that are dark green and shiny, and they form a palmate shape. In the center of the plant, there is a small cluster of red berries that are ripening. They have a bright red color and are slightly translucent. The background of the image is blurred, which helps to focus attention on the plant itself.

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