These are askadinia (loquat) blossoms. They bloom all winter, and it's the first fruit that is ripe in the spring.
The leaves are large, thick and fuzzy. It's a nice tree, with a swing for my kids when they were small. Snapdragons bloom all winter and spring. They are called "tum as samaka" in Arabic, "fish's mouth."
I still have no idea what these are really called. My son started calling the plant the "green monster" when he was little, because the bush they grow on gets huge and will spread all over the place if you don't cut it back.
The Boarding House by The Pioneer Woman
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