Korean Tetradium blooms for an extended time in mid summer, with quantities of small white flowers in flat corymbs. The flowers, which attract lots of bees and insects, mature to attractive red capsules opening up to display jet black seeds. The green disease-free pinnate leaves often are accentuated by showy red leaf stems (rachis). Tetradium daniellii is a little-seen small ornamental tree which should be added to more landscapes because of its excellent summer appeal. Beekeepers especially value Tetradium for its late season nectar source. This is another "changing name" plant, formerly named 'Evodia' and 'Euodia'.
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Tetradium (Evodia) daniellii #5 5-6' (white, red & black fruit)