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Tree ID Please

Posted by sharbear50 6a Bella Vista (My Page) on
Tue, May 13, 14 at 9:39

This tree sticking out of my Quince is looking like a mulberry or something. I am not sure what it is. Anyone know? It does have some kind of berries forming.

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RE: Tree ID Please

Here is a link to images of mulberry leaves. I can't tell from your photo. If you can take a close up of the fruit and the leaves maybe I could tell.

Here is a link that might be useful: mulberry leaves

RE: Tree ID Please

It does look like a mulberry because some of the leaves are lobed and some are in one piece. Mulberry sprouts grow fast so if you don't want a mulberry tree there cut it out. I happen to like the taste of my mulberry but it is too close to my house and before parts of it broke off when it was a bigger tree, the purple berries fell on my car and the concrete. Now the tree is smaller and I try to reach what berries I can to eat. The birds love the tree and I think that is why they don't eat my blueberries. You don't want a mulberry too close to your house.

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