Symplocos sumuntia

jujujojo_gw(6b 7a)March 19, 2014

A very fragrant small tree. The scent is sweet and overwhelming.

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Looks pretty too. I searched and it says Pittosporum. The other words describing it didn't help me much as far as knowing what was reading. I only looked on wiki-whatever and I loved my Mock Orange, which it reminds me of super ficially. My keys are sticking, I am sick of correcting all the errors. My Mock Orange seems to be dead or needs moved, if it is still alive. Too much shade, where it is now.

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