Subject: Is there a known tree that grows black berries that are an inch long?
Date: Sun Jul 15 13:42:24 2001
Posted by Brie
Grade level: 7-9
School: Phoenix Central Schools- E. J. Dillon
City: Pennellville State/Province: New York
Country: United States
Area of science: Botany
This tree at my dead grandparents house. It is deciduous, with leaves that are
8in and are rain-drop shape with pionty edges,and is about 15-20ft tall, with
berrie that grow everywhere, from the lowest to highest branches. The berries
look like streched black berries, and the stems they grow off of don't just
come off like ordinary raspberries or black berries, they won't come off.
Re: Is there a known tree that grows black berries that are an inch long?
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