Anyone know of a tree that produces little tiny purple berries, other than a hackberry? I found a tree that is covered with little tiny purple berries that all appear to be at the ends of twigs, lots of single berries (not in clusters), and the berries are about the size of a pea and have a sweet smell like muscadines. This is a mature tree probably 50 feet tall. Bark does not look like a hackberry. Bark is deeply grooved with long vertical ridges. The tree is growing on a high ridge-top.
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