Dysoxylum fraserianum - Rosewood
Family: Meliaceae

Majestic rainforest tree over 10m but can reach 40m at higher altitudes.
Glossy dense foliage with pink fragrant flowers.
Showy pink fruit.
Timber. Birds. Hardy.

Glossy, dark green compound leaves.
The small creamy or pale mauve flowers are scented.
Fruits are usually cream to pink and split at maturity to reveal several red-brown seeds with orange arils and can occur at any time of the year.
Rosewood has been extensively logged (where it is known as Rose Mahogany) for its fragrant red timber which is durable and termite resistant.

Slow growing when young and requires soils with good drainage.
Fresh seed will germinate in a month.