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i have trees that look like rasberries and blackberries are growing on them...what is this tree called?

Trees that started growing in the corner of yard. It has fruit on the tree that appeares to be a rasberriy and it soon turns dark like a blackberry. Just curious of what kind of tree is this?
asked Jun 10, 2013 by anonymous

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This MIGHT be a deer berry  If it is this is only for the wildlife..They grow very tall and get several inches thick with tall branches.  I would take a branch to a place that sells trees & bushes....it also could be a MULBERRY TREE and they get very large.
answered Jul 30, 2013 by retiredladie (150,320 points)
edited Sep 8, 2013 by retiredladie

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