Osmanthus fragrans Lour., Fl. Cochinch. 29 1790. (syn: Notelaea posua D.Don; Olea acuminata Wall. ex G.Don; Olea acuminata var. longifolia DC.; Olea buchananii Lamb. ex D.Don; Olea fragrans var. acuminata (Wall. ex G.Don) Blume; Olea fragrans var. alba N.N.Dai; Olea fragrans var. longifolia (DC.) Blume; Olea fragrans var. lutea N.N.Dai; Olea ovalis Miq.; Olea posua Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don [Invalid]; Osmanthus acuminatus (Wall. ex G.Don) Nakai; Osmanthus asiaticus Nakai; Osmanthus asiaticus var. latifolius Makino; Osmanthus aurantiacus var. cremeus Nakai; Osmanthus fragrans var. fragrans ; Osmanthus fragrans f. latifolius (Makino) Makino; Osmanthus fragrans var. latifolius Makino; Osmanthus fragrans var. longifolius (DC.) H.Hara; Osmanthus intermedius Nakai; Osmanthus latifolius (Makino) Koidz.; Osmanthus macrocarpus P.Y.Pai);
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small tree, locally called silling or shilling
binsar wildlife sanctuary, near almora
growing at 6,500 ft altitude
would very much appreciate ann id


Looks like Osmanthus fragrans but not sure as there are no flowers


Many thanks for your help.
Apparently the tree gets covered with very fragrant white flowers in the summer. The fragrance causes some allergic reaction in the respiratory tract. This tree is growing wild and is not at all common in binsar. Unfortunately this is all the information i have so far.

 

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Osmanthus fragrans Lour. : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)

Location: Godawari Botanical Garden, Nepal
Altitude: 5000 ft.

Date: 6 November 2017

Nepali Name: शिरिङ्ग्गे Shiringge 
New one for efi ?


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Different stages of fruiting!

Date: 18 April 2018
Attachments (4)

 

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Plant seen in the garden with tiny white flowers.


Could be Osmanthus fragrans?

I guess it is matching. serrated leaves.  


Osmanthus fragrans

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