Looks like a Katsura that has been lopped down a few times. It is suppose to be a tree. I am not an arborist nor do I play one on TV
I agree, looks like Katsura.
This is a sea grape shrub here is a photo of it. https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/shrubs/sea-grape/seaside-grape-information.htm
Cheryl A. Is correct, this is a sea grape. Very common in Florida and along southern coastal areas.
Compare the leaf veins.
First Picture: Sea grape is pennate with a round tip.
Second Picture: Katsura is palmate with a pointed tip.
It is a sea grape shrub: Sea grape can grow as a shrub or a vase-shaped tree, depending on where it's planted. It can also be trained as a hedge. The rounded, leathery leaves can grow up to eight inches in diameter. Sea grape grows in full sun or partial shade, and is very drought tolerant once established.
Looks like sea grapes to me.
Lived in Florida for 5 years, it's a Sea Grape
Sea Grapes! I love them!
Hi Michelle. Sea Grapes is often used in landscaping especially in tropical locations. A lot of times you can find them growing right on the beach . They love to grow in sand and they grow clusters that look like grapes. Michelle, for sure that is a Sea Grape.
Hi Michelle, that looks like a Sea Grape or Bay Grape - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coccoloba_uvifera
It is a Sea Grape which will become huge if let be.
Thanks to EVERYONE for your answers to strange plant. After
receiving several answers......I'm pretty sure it is a Sea Grape
plant. I looked on some plant/ leaf websites and though almost identical to my two funky plant, some had pictures of small green grape looking cluster and there is actually a dwarf sea grape...……...nonetheless, I don't really care for their appearance, unfortunately they gotta go to the sea,lol I guess
Thanks again, Michelle
Sea grapes are lovely things to me. I love the way they sort of twist and meander as they grow. It might grow on you (pun intended)!