This small tree produces very fragrant, pendulous flowers in late summer.
For best bloom and berries, plant in full sun in rich, well-drained, loamy soil.
Ornamentally appealing for its flowers, berries and scented leaves.
25' at maturity
20' at maturity
Oval to Rounded
Flowers are produced on the current seasons growth and are sweetly scented.
The leaves have a heavy odour when crushed.
Thin, rough, and light brown.
Some people say that crushed green leaves smell like peanut butter. Tree has spreading form. Fruit is attractive to birds.