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    Identification needed (if possible)

    I found this plant growing wild on our country property, but strangely enough, also against the fence at our home outside Houston.
    The flowers are pink and yellow, and are bloomed out after about a week, leaving those funky little berries. They start out green, turn black and either shrivel up or the birds are eating them.
    I would really like to know what they are - the shape of the flowers reminds me a little of Lantana.
    Any idea what they are?

    Identification needed (if possible)

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    Re: Identification needed (if possible)

    Yes,it's Lantana.

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    Re: Identification needed (if possible)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim B. View Post
    Yes,it's Lantana.
    Thanks! Didn't know Lantana grows wild. I have a bright yellow low growing Lantana in my yard, but the leaves are a lot smaller than on this one. Different species?
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