What is the wild looking white flowered shrub?
It's growing in an abandoned area near my place where ten years ago there used to be houses. Woods and a dry creek are near by.
I noticed earlier in the year that it has a lot of green/cream colored berries and thought "Is this a small hackberry tree whose berries were never noticed because they are at the top of the tree?"
The leaves are VERY rough like hackberry, but to tell the truth I never noticed any berries on a hackberry tree and certainly never saw it in flower.
A nice wild flower fragrance wafts in the breeze and bees were very busy visiting the flowers. What could it be?
I'm tending toward thinking it is a wild plant as it is not a very refined looking cultivar that someone would buy and plant in their yard.