Chrysophyllum oliviforme

Family: Sapotaceae

Form: Small tree, reaching 15-30’

Leaves: Simple, alternate, entire, elliptic, dense coppery pubescence underside

Stem/Bark: Grayish or reddish, fissured

Flower: Whitish, small and inconspicuous but with 5 petals, fragrant

Fruit: Berry, purple, resembling an olive

Comments: The contrast between the green and brown sides of the leaves makes the foliage interesting.