My creeping fig Ficus pumila in the Moraceae (Mulberry) family has produced fruit! Fruit is rarely seen on this plant indoors, but mine has taken over the cedar fence on the west side of my garden. Just as is described on Floridata.com, (which did not mention fruiting, but other sites say it is rare and not edible) when the plant reaches it vertical limit, it creates adult branches that extend horizontally. I have noticed that this summer, and at first thought is was a different plant coming over the back of the fence. The leaves are much larger and thicker with glossy sheen. This photo below illustrates this, as you can see both kinds of leaves. The smaller leaves are more typical and is what is seen on topiary animals. This entire plant came from a little topiary monkey my mother gave me about 8 years ago. The monkey is long gone, but the vines jumped to the fence and have aggressively taken over.
Now I know I will have to replace the fence one day, but I love the green foliage covering it. It adds a bit of coolness to the area that is now void of any green grass on the ground.