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Tropical Adam’s Apple Shrub

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Also known as Tabernaemontana crassaACA6D7CB-9828-41DA-A90F-0565FA98AECF.thumb.jpeg.5e5bd5df6afc3d3d489192f15769402b.jpeg

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Keys6505

Looks very Loquat-esque

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bubba

I see the similarity. The loquat is from China and grows in subtropical climates around the world. The Adam’s Apple Shrub is a tropical shrub indigenous to hot and humid western Africa. 
 

It is strictly a zone 11 variety and probably fringe in our area. The fruit is also something that should be not eaten.

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bubba

A bit hard to read:FC2F74F2-B299-47E3-B37F-3D44A660FA97.thumb.jpeg.c60c2e9f4b270ff6711b65e1d63b1b53.jpeg

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bubba

The second item has no explanation. It is a randomneer...

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Alan_Tampa

Bubba, are you near Possum Trot? Robert Barnum?

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bubba

North and far East of the Redlands!

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