Tetradium daniellii, a wide headed tree that dominates the south west edge of the Pyrus lawn. Native to S.W.China, Korea. The canopy has suffered through storm damage in previous years.
Covered in corymbs of white flowers held on reddish tinged stalks. The globular buds open up to reveal prominent yellow anthers. The leaves, composed of several leaflets, have a distinctive smell when bruised. Be aware that sap from members of the family Rutaceae can cause a skin rash or blistering especially on brighter days.
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