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Mature plants are frost hardy, though young plants are often cut back by the frost. The young growth in spring is also susceptible to frost-damage[K]. A tree was 6 metres tall at Kew in 1989[K]. This species closely resembles Ehretia macrophylla Wall. of the E. Himalaya, but the latter has the thin chartaceous, narrower leaves without scabrous on the upper surface and with sparse pubescent hairs on the lower surface, and smaller drupes, ca. 8 mm in diam.The flowers, which are borne on the ripened wood of the previous season's growth, emit a powerful spicy fragrance.
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