Berberis vulgaris · paprastasis raugerškis

EN · common barberry, European barberry DE · Gewöhnliche Berberitze LT · paprastasis raugerškis LV · parastā bārbele PL · berberys zwyczajny

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berberis_vulgaris The fruit is a small berry 5-15 mm long, ripening red, elongated (like a bar, hence 'barberry'). The berries are edible, and rich in vitamin C, though with a very sharp flavour.

European barberry is the alternate host species of the wheat rust Puccinia graminis, a serious fungal disease of wheat.

The deciduous thorny shrubs are noted for good autumn colour, the leaves turning pink or red before falling.