Medina County, TX - 13 April 2003
The bark is very rough with warty projections. It makes the tree easy to identify.
The fruits are reddish looking drupes.
Foliage of the Hackberry tree
Corky growths on the bark of Sugarberry
12/24/04 A comparison of leaves from the ground.Usually lopsided, sometimes jagedy.Leathery texture
12/24/04 Martin County FL...Hard to miss that bright yellow color it's turning.
12/25/04 Martin County, FL... Just starting to turn yellow. The photos don't do it justice!
12/25/04 Martin County, FL... Finally starting to turn yellow.
The "warts" on the bark vary from tree to tree. Compare with the other photo.
The "warts" on the bark vary from tree to tree. Compare against the other photo(s)
Close up of Hackberry tree trunk at Veterans Park Arlington Tx.
Hackberry tree trunk at Fort Worth Botanical Gardens.
SugarberryTree growing in neighbor's yard
Bark of the tree showing the "warts"
Back of foliage with fruit
Winter view showing bare branches and berries
Sugarberry with a clump of Mistletoe
Tree in my neighbors yard
Showing light green leaves of early spring
A Sugar Hackberry tree that sprouted up naturally in my suburban Houston yard 6 years ago, now over 20 feet tall
Young Sugar Hackberry seedlings sprouting up like weeds in my suburban Houston yard
The trunk of the tree at Morton Arboretum in June 2015
The foliage of the tree planted at Morton Arboretum I shot in June 2015
Full grown hackberry tree in Alma, Illinois.