They grow on a large shrub that can sometimes be as tall as a small tree.
The plants develop a strong main stem and long flexible side branches.
Even though the red berries look soft and juicy, they are poisonous for humans and are dangerous for children.
Related: Peruvian Pepper Schinus molle Peruvian pepper tree produces red berries with peppery taste Other names for this tree include American pepper, false pepper, or the California pepper tree.
You should not try to vomit unless a poison control expert or your doctor tells you to.
Their name comes out of their different and unmarked bright reddish underside, but sometimes some specimens could get an orange, yellow, pink, pink, red or on rare occasions a black or greenish belly.