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Garden Tree For ID : California : 21OCT14 : AK-18 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (9).

Cultivated, small tree seen in a park with tiny red berries in Sacramento on the 6th of October.

Leaves reminded me of Mulberry.


Fruits are not mulberry
reminds me of European hackberry.. the brownish not so spectacular berries and serrated leaves , with a roundish canopy…that’s why I like to see the entire tree…
bark is not typical yet (young may be)
Celtis australis
if you google it, you ‘ll see that it was considered to be weedlike back there..


Please find the plant ID for link below:

It is more like Celtis sinensis Pers. (Drupes reddish), in C. australis drupes purple-black.




References:

The Plant List Ver.1.1
 IPNI  Factsheet  India Biodiversity Portal (observation)  Wikipedia  

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