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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by Andre, Aug 24, 2013.
This green shrub shrub produce some red orange fruits like balls. What is his name ???
Your photo looks like the shrub is daphne (an invasive here in BC Canada), but that the orange balls are rose hips from a bush next to it. Is that possible?
I think the fruit with orange seeds are those of Pittosporum tobira. But you're right, Daphne is very similar.
I see a Daphne with a fruiting sprig of rose in front of it. The locally invasive D. is D. laureola; the one shown here may be another species of D.
D. laureola has tiny white flowers in the spring and tiny blue to black berries later. There are three plants I have difficulty identifying. Daphne Laureola, Pittosporum tobira and Choisya ternate. Any clus would be helpful. barb
Choisya ternata has palmate divided leaves with 3 leaflets. See 3rd pic in link