Plant ID

This is South Florida, it grows on a concrete wall. I haven't trimmed lately and found these.
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  10 answers
  • Mickie Mickie on Aug 31, 2015
    Have you cut one of these fruits open? I wonder if it might be passiflora?
  • Lisa Gage Lisa Gage on Aug 31, 2015
    Figs are so good!
  • Liliana Wells Liliana Wells on Aug 31, 2015
    Sorry, no idea. Can you take one to the local extension office?
  • MaryAnn B MaryAnn B on Aug 31, 2015
    wrong vine for a passiflora, perhaps a pear of some kind.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Aug 31, 2015
    maybe passion fruit
  • Marcia Marcia on Aug 31, 2015
    Looks like a creeping fig. When you see them in a nursery, they have cute little innocent round leaves about 3/8 of an inch long. plant them in the ground and they get happy and will develop oval leaves up to 2 inches long . Some will fruit given enough time . the fruit isn't very tasty, although, some animals (rats) will eat it.
    • Lisa Gage Lisa Gage on Sep 01, 2015
      @Marcia Figs can grow to 30 ft high and fruit with abundance if left alone . You can also have fruit in container figs too.
  • Valery Valery on Aug 31, 2015
    Yes, that's it. Creeping fig. Thank you Marcia
  • Patsy C Patsy C on Aug 31, 2015
    Yes it is a creeping fig. The plant has to get so large to put on 'fruit'. It is not, I believe edible. You can avoid the fruit by keeping it trimmed.
  • Valery Valery on Aug 31, 2015
    I looked it up and it's said it is edible, but not very good. Usually it's just juiced and doctored up to make it more palatable.
    • Lisa Gage Lisa Gage on Sep 01, 2015
      @Valery Figs can be eaten and are very good. They are full of sugar and lots of seeds. My mother used to love them right off the tree! Fig butter is wonderful too!
  • Valery Valery on Sep 01, 2015
    Lisa, these are not from a fig tree. The creeping fig is a vine and the figs are different