Found in front on my house. We have some red chilies hanging outside and with the wind and rain fall these ended up growing. Thought was neat that they grew on their own without us doing anything
Vines growing near a storm drain on the Los Angeles River Greenway
Cestrum nocturnum, huele de noche en el Jardín del Barrio de Tequisquiapan
Toloaches, en la foto se aprecian dos pequeñas flores moradas abriendo y el fruto verde con forma de huevo con picos ( en la parte superior de la foto del centro hacia la derecha) nacio sola en un macetero.
Aculco de Espinoza, Estado de México
Laura Uribe- Grupo Vasconcelos
It looks like there are berries inside, but the leaves don't look like any of the berry plants I looked at. Looks like a shrub/bush, though for all I know it could be a juvenile tree.