From the children's novel 穿越魔雾 ("Fog Magic", page 18), I don't understand the part in bold below:
I get the overall idea that 格丽塔 (Greta?) is contemplating the magic fog, and filling her bucket with berries. But I don't know how to understand this one part:
berries [浆果] are densely [密密地] [verb] [缀] in the [在……中] shrubbery [灌木丛].
In particular, I don't understand what 缀 means here. I'm guessing it's pronounced zhuì (and not chuò), and thus has one of the following meanings:
CC-CEDICT: to sew / to stitch together / to combine / to link / to connect / to put words together / to compose / to embellish
So something like "string together", I'm not sure this is how berries grow on bushes.
Question: What does 缀 mean in 浆果密密地缀在灌木丛中?