Holly berries can be found on several varieties of evergreens called holly, but are not found on maple trees. Bright red holly berries form on the tree in the fall and persist through early winter.
Maple trees develop double sets of round seed pods that form together and have wings. When the seed pods drop, the wings allow the pods to fall in a spiraling pattern.
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