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Unknown Shrub/Tree

comments (2) February 13th, 2014 in gallery
Erka Erka, member
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Sorry for the bad quality.
Close-up of the fruit cut in half.
Another close-up with some seeds taken out.

I found this shrub/tree during my vacation in Crete. It has a pretty dense foliage and many fruits. It looks almost like an olive but its leaves are oval and fruites are different as you can see on the close-ups. Do you have any idea what can it be ?P.S. First two photos were taken in September.



posted in: The Gallery, shrub, tree, crete

Comments (2)

Erka writes: Thank you all very much.
Another mystery solved :). Posted: 7:42 am on February 14th
Susan_Jensen_Smith writes: According to our Facebook friends, it's Pittosporum tobira - visit our Facebook page to hear what they said about it ->https://www.facebook.com/FineGardeningMagazine Posted: 4:51 pm on February 13th
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