Tree w/green fruit & cedar waxwings
I will get pix posted if necessary, but I'm hoping somebody will just know. A girlfriend of mine has a tree in her yard, probably 20-30 feet tall, that has these green berries/fruits that the waxwings, mockingbirds, orioles & catbirds seem to like to eat. We are trying to figure out what it is. The only, and best way, I can describe the fruits/berries is that they are a little larger, and more solid than, a raspberry, but they have that same little round segment quality that raspberries have, and each little segment on the fruit/berry has a little hair(?) on it. We are 20 miles north of Boston.
I thought if somebody had one in their yard, they would immediately know what it is. I'm not sure what color the leaves go in the winter and if the fruit changes color and/or if it had flowers (I'm sure it had to have some flowers if it now has fruit, right?) - she said 'no', but maybe they just weren't spectacular enough to notice??