Plant ID forum: Plants Inquiry

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Sep 5, 2016 6:33 PM CST
My name is Sonia and I am trying to figure out what type of plant it is that is growing in my front yard. It grew pretty fast in the last couple of months; it started out as a small little plant. There are two of them, one smaller than the other. Both grew very close to the cement side walk I have right in front of my house.

I have attached images so if you could please let me know what plant is this and what the "blackberry" type fruit or seeds are growing on it. It does not look like a typical berry plant.

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Sep 5, 2016 6:41 PM CST


Hi Sonia,

Unfortunately it looks like your images didn't get added to your post, so could you please try again? Also, if you could update your profile with your location, that would help, thanks.

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