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Hi,

Anyone able to help Id this..... I’ve gone mind blank and can’t put my finger on it.

 

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Thanks in advance.

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I'd go with that too.  I'll bet it was a picture a month ago when it was in flower.

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I saw one around 20' tall a few years ago in full flower and it was amazing. As a result I planted a sapling down the garden vowing never to cut it: it's 4' tall now but we'll move house before it gets to 20' or anywhere near!

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Another suggestion someone gave me was Tetradium daniellii, but the leaf arrangement is wrong, Photinia looks about right but as you’ve said, not seen one this size before.

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