Looks like confederate jasmine.
Looks like some type of Honeysuckle.
Is it a type of Magnolia??
Sweetshade, Hymenosporum flavum http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/64261/
ditto, looks like Honeysuckle of some type
honeysuckle! mmmmmm pull the flower off & suck the honey! grew up with one outside our front door! :)
Not quite sure without seeing the bark and foliage placement, but it looks like a relative of pulmeria (aka frangi-pangi in the south)
Looks like some type of Honeysuckle, but NOT a vine. Have you crushed one of the flowers & smelled it??
It really looks like a bay leaf tree blossom look at it on internet search very close small color bloom and type.
Looks like you've gotten your answer, from Kelli E.
It's definitely a type of honeysuckle. We have some growing on the trellis that covers one side of our pergola. The fragrance is very evident in early morning, or early evening, and it has a very sweet odor to itl Plant some right outside your window, and you will have a natural 'room deodorizer'! And the cost is great, because it's 'free', especially if you take a little walk into the woods, & cut a few pieces of the wild variety!!! LOL!!!
it looks like honeysuckle...like many others have noted.
Here are some pictures from the link Kellli E Posted. Apparently it's a subtropical, native to Australia but planted all over Florida and California...
cut a piece and take it to a local nursery or a home depot garden rep....they can identify it. The blooms do resemble both honeysuckle and jasmine, but not in a tree form like your photo. Where are you located? I'd like to know what it is too. Can you post it when you find out?
is it a tree or vine looks like honeysuckle to me we got it in our backyard
The leave look like a Magnolia tree - very glossy. Not like the Honeysuckle leaf. My guess a Yellow Magnolia.
the common name is sweetshade
Looks like the honeysuckle I use to just about live under when I was a child..... mmmmmmmmmmmmm I use to love that tree
Not a tree it's a vine
Thank you all for the info. Definetly what Kelli E.,Sharon W., And Sandy G suggested. It is a Sweetshade! I am so stoked. Had it for 4-5 years and didn't have a clue what it was. I saw a tree with the seed pods and planted the pods. Thank you
What a way to add beauty without all the fuss and $$.
I believe it is a type of jasmine. (glory bower)
Glory Bower - we moved to a house with one and it took months to track down its identity. Check out this link http://www.pic2fly.com/Glory+Bower+Tree.html
Do not click on the link on Val Y's post. It will open up all kinds of windows!