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Plant ID please

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can anyone help with these two please, both taken in Portugal. Top one in September, bottom one in April in Madeira

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Can't help you with #1 but #2 is Iresine herbstii, beefsteak plant.  It's common as a houseplant in the UK and cooler climates so I'd add that to your keywords.

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Many thanks John. 
David, most definitely not Olive, I had a quinta here for a number of years with over 80 olives I had to pick and prune ;)  But thank you for trying

 

the first one was taken an hours drive away, maybe I will go back and see if the berries have changed colour and get some more details

 

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I think it's Asparagus densiflorus, the unripe fruit

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Asparagus densiflorus 'Sprengeri'

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17 hours ago, Radim said:

I think it's Asparagus densiflorus, the unripe fruit


Thank you so much, I will take a further look at all the info but it certainly looks like it may be that at first glance.

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There are some nice smartphone apps that ID plants;  my favorite is probably Pl@ntNet. It identifies the first as Asparagus densiflorus (Kunth) Jessop, but also offers a few other possibilities. 

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