Pam Turner brought in the branch of a flowering shrub for identification. I had not seen it before so we sent a photo to the Missouri Botanical Garden. Chip Tynan – manager of the garden’s Horticultural Answer Service – informed us that the specimen was a THORNLESS form of Lycium chinense – the goji or wolfberry! Pam brought a specimen with the fruit on Monday. Here are photos of the flower and the fruit.