(I had photos ready to post on Friday evening and then our dog went missing. We spent Friday evening and into the night looking, started again at 5:00 a.m. on Saturday and looked off and on all day Saturday with no luck. Around 10 p.m. on Saturday, after we had given up and gone to bed, our neighbour heard Calla barking from the ravine only 200 metres from our house and let us know. With our neighbour, Chad, and I working together looking through the undergrowth our dog was found. The dog had run off with a 10 metre (30 foot) rope attached to her and had been tangled in the undergrowth for 26 hours and only barked three times which made her very difficult to find. Right now the vegetation is so thick and tall that one can easily hide only 1 metre (3 feet) off the trail. Thanks to Chad for helping us find our missing dog!)
Meanwhile, back to the seeds and berries . . .
These seeds are developing on a Canada Anemone (Anemone canadensis).
Below are the ripening berries of Star-flowered False Solomon Seal (Maianthemum stellatum),
. . . and False Solomon Seal (Maianthemum racemosa).