This picture of white indigo berry (Randia aculeata) branches and leaves was taken at the USF Botanical Gardens. The native habitat of white indigo berry plants includes the edges of tropical hammocks in the Keys and South Florida.
Plant courtesy of the Suncoast Native Plant Society.
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