As yet, an unidentified species of this ornamental genus. This evergreen shrub to small tree possesses interesting ovate-lanceolate leaves with a distinctive acuminate drip tip. In other words, the leaves are long and narrow but rounding in the middle like some of us do and have a skinny pointy end. Likely white flowers and black fruit. A rarity no doubt and all the more so from this wild collection.
A Far Reaches Botanical Conservancy Offering. Impressive tree that left us gobsmacked when we saw this solitary and statuesque 50' tree in the wild. Broadly columnar with well-spaced branches forming a stout framework for the pinnate leaves. Big plumes of small white flowers segue to marble-sized black fruit and then it just piles it on with orange fall color. Extremely rare plant of which we have just a few.