|Juniperus communis L., Juniper has an medicinal and edible berry (Used as a spice, large amounts toxic). A few species of Juniper are less edible. Pick in late autumn (more as an edible and medicinal plant).|
Dried berries are cooked with game and fowl. Try putting them in a pepper mill and grating them into bean soup.
|Juniperus ashei filmed in McKinney Falls State
Park, Austin, Texas. One of the 50 or more species of juniper
Fruit used as a spice in cooking savory dishes like stew, meat, barbecue sauce.
Large amounts of the berry may be toxic.
|Juniperus ashei, often called Post Cedar is not a cedar but a member of Cypress family.|