Crackerberries are some of my favourite plants on the East Coast Trail, they cover large parts of the forest floor and manage to do so in style.

In spring time, crackerberries cheer up the forest with lovely white blossoms lined up along all the the woodland lanes. In summer when it’s warm outside, crackerberry plants provide the local wildlife (and hikers) with lots of little red snacks. Right now in the fall season, crackerberries are perhaps at their most beautiful, just begging to be photographed with all of their bright colours:

Crackerberries in fall colours – Deadmans Bay Path