Here are a few photos of the fruits that mature in September in the neighbourhood.
Northern Wild Raisins before all of the critters feed on them…
Not a fruit but I thought to include the seed fluff of this Virgin’s Bower:
Famous Haw (thorn)
Northern Wild Raisin at its peak for harvesting. In a day or two the purple berries will shrivel up, resembling raisins.
In the rain…
And the very edible (when processed into jelly) Highbush Cranberry:
These fruits are critical for the carbo needs of the various critters who want to fatten up before winter. This year we had a good crop so the birdies and mammals who eat them are happy.