I had this plant identified and lost the name . Anyone know the name please?
No- it doesn't make flowers....purple berries :)
Where are you located?
Take a cutting to your local nursery. They will be able to identify it.
It almost looks like a growth from a tree root. Even if the tree is not there the roots still keep going and spring up.
No- they are individual bushes with little purple berries.
Appears to be a member of the Sophora family
I will check it out- thanks
I think the leaves look too big for Wild Indigo.
Sylvia, can you tell us how big the leaves are? Or another photo with a ruler or something for size reference would be helpful.
My phone camera has a way to search and identify plants and birds (I just recently discovered this feature) and suggests it may be a Sea Bean but also indicates several other options.
Leaves about 2" long. Purple berries about 1/4 inch in diameter. I think it is a coralberry. Plant gets about three feet tall.
does it bloom? If so. To me it looks like honeysuckle
It does bloom and has small purple 1/4 inch diameter berries. I think it is a Coralberry, in the honeysuckle family. Leaves 2" long
Sure!! It is a Wisteria bush........with the long grape figure of purple flowers.
You said it has purple berries. We live in NC and my grandma has an “American beautyberries shrub“ in her yard with leaves like that.
It doesn't have clumps of berries just individual ones- thank you
Or it could be poke weed. Similar leaves and purple flowers and known to grow in North Carolina and Virginia. We used to put them in our mud pies as kids
Not polk weed- I know that very well. I am pretty sure it is coralberry. Thank you
I have an app on my phone, to identify plants, called "Picture This." I love it! And, so far, it's been pretty accurate. I took a photo of your plant and the app revealed it's a Coralberry, a species of Symphoricarpos; also, known as Buckbush and Indian Currant.
Maybe Osmunda regalis var. spectabilis ?
There is an app for plant identification. Cannot remember the name of it but if you google it, you should. You should able to locate it. Good luck.
I remember what your plant looks like - False Indigo.
Download the app plantsnap, you take a picture of the plant and it tells you what it is.
Wild Indigo for sure "_
I use Google lens for plant identification. It's a fantastic tool.