coralberry vs spiceberry what difference

what is difference between coralberry and spiceberry

English

Wikispecies

Etymology

coral +‎ berry

Noun

coralberry (countable and uncountable, plural coralberries)

  1. A species of bromeliad, Aechmea fulgens, of Brazil, and which is often used as an ornamental plant.
  2. American winterberry, Ilex verticillata.
  3. Symphoricarpos orbiculatus, of eastern North America.
  4. Ardisia crenata of east Asia.

Synonyms

  • (American winterberry): black alder, black alder winterberry, brook alder, deciduous holly, deciduous winterberry, false alder, fever bush, inkberry, Michigan holly, possumhaw, striped alder, swamp holly, Virginian winterberry, white alder, winterberry, winterberry holly
  • (Ardisia crenata): Christmas berry, Australian holly, coral ardisia, coral bush, coralberry tree, hen’s-eyes, spiceberry
  • (Symphiocarpus orbiculatus): buckbrush, Indian currant

Derived terms

  • Chenault coralberry (Symphoricarpos × chenaultii)
  • Chinese coralberry (Symphoricarpos sinensis)

Translations



English

Etymology

spice +‎ berry

Noun

spiceberry (plural spiceberries)

  1. A compact flowering plant, Ardisia crenata, native to East Asia.
  2. Its fruit, a glossy, bright red drupe.

Synonyms

  • coralberry

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