I have two plant species on my property, that I have planted and take care of, and I still don't know what they are. If you know, please let me know their names. Plants number 1 forms a rosette arrangement of leaves. The leaves are tough, but not exactly succulent. It's similar to an aloe, except that it's not succulent. Upon sexual maturity, it forms a tall stalk in the center, from which baby plants develop and drop. This is how I got this plant, from a dropped baby in my neighbor's yard. This species grows wild and is very abundant at the 1,000 foot elevation level in Kona, Hawaii. Plant number 2 is a wild shrub that lives at the 2,000+ foot level in Ocean View, Hawaii. It has wavy leaf margins. Fruit is a type of capsule or drupe, yellowish-tan in color, about the size of a grape. This may be a type of Soapberry, or something in the Sapindus family, but I can't nail it down. I found this plant as a seedling in my yard, put it in a pot and nursed it, then put it in the ground. It makes a marvelous decorative plant. It's healthy, pretty and drought-tolerant.