PlantsFlowering PlantsOlive Family — Family Oleaceae
Tree or shrub. Leaves opposite. Flowers 4-lobed. Usually 2 or 4 stamens, with anthers usually touching. Fruit is a drupe, capsule, or samara.
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Genus Chionathus
Swamp-privet
Swamp-privet & Spring-herald — Genus Forestiera
Shrub or small tree. Leaves opposite, simple. Leaf margins almost entire, but unlike the privets, they are very slightly toothed. Flowers 4-lobed. Fruit is a small drupe.
Green Ash
Ash — Genus Fraxinus
Tree. Leaves opposite, pinnately compound. Fruit is a samara.
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Japanese Jasmine —  Jasminum mesnyi [1]
Japanese Ligustrum
Privet — Genus Ligustrum
Tree or shrub. Leaves opposite, simple. Leaf margins entire. Flowers 4-lobed. Fruit is a small drupe. These are all very aggressive invaders.
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Menodora — Genus Menodora
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Devilwood —  Osmanthus americanus [1]
Evidence that species is found in Texas:
  1. USDA Plants Database, advanced search for Texas plants from the United States Department of Agriculture.