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unsure starts with ...
I have a tree
At first it looked similiar to a fig tree
But at closer look it has a group of spike round berries about the size of a cherry tomato at the end
Hey are green and have soft spikes all over them
The branches of the tree are like a red colour
Any idea s what it is
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sternus1 says...
No way to ID without a photograph.
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micarle says...
caster oil plant
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Yes sternus, pic much easier. My guess it sounds a bit like a Solanum Devils Fig or Solanum Pea Eggplant.
Most Solanum fruit will be filled with tiny Capsicum/Eggplant type seed.
If not these 2, maybe another Solanum, but a pic would be most helpful.
http://plant.daleysfruit.com.au/l/soanum-capsicoides-devils-apple-8306.jpg
http://plant.daleysfruit.com.au/l/pea-eggplant-seeds-5411.jpeg
http://plant.daleysfruit.com.au/l/pea-eggplant-seeds-5412.jpeg
Yes micarle, Castor oil plant, could be that too.
https://www.daleysfruit.com.au/forum/identify-paw-paw-tree/
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