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This plant is an evergreen that put out some small, black berries sometime this Spring/Summer. It has stumped some of my greener-thumbed friends. It's in Seattle.
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http://www.drizzle.com/~dantzler/images/garden/plant_2.JPG
Thanks for taking a look.
Cheers--Jeff Dantzler
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Could it be inkberry? http://www.cnr.vt.edu/dendro/dendrology/syllabus/iglabra.htm
Sue
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Daphne laureola?
karen

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AnonnyMoose wrote:

karen is correct - definitely Daphne laureola, aka spurge laurel. Most likely planted by the birds as it is a weedy plant and seldom offered for sale.
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