Extremely common and invasive plant. Leaves have a sharp, garlicky odor. Garlic mustard is nutritious, and though strongly flavored, makes a decent pesto, especially when mixed half with parsley or basil. Pick as early in the year as possible, before the plants flower and the leaves become more bitter.
Mature, bearing Pear tree planted at 55 Sunset Lane, Berkeley, California.
Fruit of the Diospyros genus, in the Ebenaceae family. Related to Mabolo, Ebony, and Black Sapote.
Lemon tree, bearing fruit, at 112 Spruce Street, Berkeley, California
Eriobotrya japonica, fruit tree from Asia. Fruit are tasty, eaten out of hand, or used to make jams, marmalade, etc. Size and quality of fruit varies considerably.
A lesser known Diospyros species, related to Persimmon, Black Sapote, Ebony, Mabolo. Photographed in Ljubljana, at the municipal botanical garden.
Edible fruit, native to Asia, orange when ripe. There are two major species, D. kaki, and D. virginiana. Not sure which one this is. I'll know when fruit mature.
Persimmon, a fruit of the Diospyros genus, belonging to the family Ebenaceae. Related to Black Sapote and Ebony.