Leaves palmately compound, elliptic to ovate, 5 leaflets/leaf, almost sessile, doubly serrate/undulate margins, bullate surface, opposite arrangement.
Flowers are campanulate, pink to dark red w/ yellow throat markings, on branched pannicles, 5-10".
Fruit is leathery capsule, 1-2", green turning brown.
Leaves have foul odor (like rubber/skunky) when crushed, simple, cordate, entire, glabrous/pubescent, cordate base, long acuminate tip, oppposite or whorls of 3 arrangement, little hairs on veins underneath.
Flowers are salveform/tubular, 1-1 1/2" on pyramidal pannicles, showy, fragrant, white w/ yellow & brown spots.
Fruit is capsule, bean pod-like, 6-12" long, narrow, cigar shaped.
Leaves often rusty brown w/ hairs on undersides at base of veins, simple, arculate venation, ovate shape, entire margins, glabrous/glaucous surface, long acuminate tip, opposite arrangement.
Flowers are showy, w/ narrow pointy bracts, star-like, creamy white color.
Fruit is raspberry-like, w/ globose head, to 1" across, edible.
Distinctive knobby twigs
New leaves appear whorled at branch ends, leaflets w/out petiolules (sessile). Pubescent at leaflet base.
Leaves are odd pinnately compound, ovate, 7-9 leaflets/leaf, leaflets are lanceolate, 2.5" long, serrated margins, glabrous surface, acuminate tip, opposite arrangement.
Flowers are tiny, pale green/purple, on pannicles.
Leaves are fern-like, bipinnately compound, deltoid, ovate-lanceolate leaflets, serrate or lobed/undulate margins, glossy surface, alternate arrangement.
Flowers are deeply fragrant, 5-6 lobed, spreading, 2/3" filaments united, on 4-8" pannicle, lavender/lilac purple w/ blushed white markings.
Fruit is berry, round, 1/2-3/4", persistent, yellowish, hard (can be made into rosary beads).