Sarcomelicope simplicifolia - Bauerella/Hard Aspen, Yellowwood
Family: Rutaceae

A shrub or small tree that typically grows to a height of 18m.
It has a cylindrical trunk with corky and fissured bark.
The leaves are arranged in opposite pairs, rarely in whorls of three, shiny on the upper surface, paler below, and are elliptic to egg-shaped with the narrower end towards the base.
The flowers are arranged in leaf axils in small groups and functionally male or female.
Flowering mainly occurs from February-August and the fruit is a drupe containing seeds.

Regeneration from seed is not easily achieved.
Seeds should be removed from the flesh, then soaked for a week or two.
After six months, around half of these may send out roots and shoots.