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Sorry if this is the wrong forum for posting this. Any idea what this is? North of Atlanta,  7b
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getting confused by berries in both foreground and middle ground, i think. how big are the berries? what's the bottom of the stem/trunk look like?

first guess is chinese privet
 
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Maybe Eve's Necklace?



https://permies.com/t/91532/Wild-harvesting-guide-Central-Texas#756810

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=staf4
 
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greg mosser wrote:getting confused by berries in both foreground and middle ground, i think. how big are the berries? what's the bottom of the stem/trunk look like?

first guess is chinese privet


Pretty sure you are right. Here is a wider shot of the plant, with the flowers also.
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greg mosser wrote:getting confused by berries in both foreground and middle ground, i think. how big are the berries? what's the bottom of the stem/trunk look like?

first guess is chinese privet


Thank you. Agree that was not a great photo.
 
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Anne Miller wrote:Maybe Eve's Necklace?



https://permies.com/t/91532/Wild-harvesting-guide-Central-Texas#756810

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=staf4


Thank you. I did not show the flowers, but it doesn't quite match, and the berries aren't as big. I would rather have these TBH.
 
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Yes, the flowers do look different on Eve's Necklace:

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