I moved into a flat a couple of years ago. The garden was very overgrown but had some good, well established plants. I haven't been able to work out what one of them is. It seems to look very similar to a blueberry bush, it is deciduous but the flowers aren't quite right and the fruit Seems maybe a bit too dark for a blueberry. The leaves go a wonderful red in autumn before they fall. Leaves - green to dark green, almond/spear head shaped, turning to bright, copper and red colors in autumn. Flowers - white with some pink but very very small. Well loved of insects, no dicernable scent, lots of middle and not much petal. Fruits - dark purple/blue with a bloom, hangs onto the bush for quite a long time, doesn't seem to be eaten by wildlife (making me think it's almost certainly poisonous). On the inside they are white and almost fluffy with seeds. Habit - the plant is a little over 1.5m high, lots of bushy growth in multiple stems from the ground which branch but all point upwards. I was wondering whether it could be a blueberry which is struggling to produce the right flowers or fruit because it's not being looked after properly but the plant in general does seem very healthy and vigorous (bit of a long shot/hope I suppose) I took some photos but I'm not sure how to upload them here. If I work it out, I'll post them! Can anyone help me??? Thanks a million for any suggestions.