Unreife Früchte vom Gewöhnlichen Liguster (Ligustrum vulgare) bei Hockenheim
Bnp tamarack bog upland edge (but found down into the bog proper)
Infrequent; in moist thickets along gravel drive through successional woods.
The flowers have 4 petals and it is a shrub. Additionally the leaves are alternate and entire.
Leaves oblong & opposite
Shrub with entire leaves. Flowers with 4 regular parts. Flowers tubular shaped. Found in south woods bath nature preserve. Opposite leaf arrangement.
Escaped along creek
Ligustrum vulgare (wild privet, also sometimes known as common privet or European privet), is a species of Ligustrum native to central and southern Europe, north Africa and southwestern Asia, from southern England and southwestern Sweden south to Morocco, and east to Poland and northwestern Iran.