This is an evergreen tree growing to 12 metres in height and width. The leaves are gray-green and pale and fuzzy underneath, and several centimetres long. It flowers during the summer in white blooms. The infructescence is a small aggregate of several individual fruits fused into a body 2 or 3 centimetres across. It ripens into a red, berry-like structure and is edible, but sometimes bitter. There are several varieties and hybrids.
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