Are Pyracantha Berries Poisonous?


Pyracantha is a genus of thorny evergreen large shrubs belonging to the family Rosaceae. Pyracantha berries are not poisonous, although they are very bitter and are edible when cooked and are sometimes made into jelly. They are native to areas extending from Southeast Europe east to Southeast Asia.
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