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Melia azedarach is a deciduous umbrella-shaped tree in the mahogany family. The leaves are long and are similar in structure to an ash tree, with leaflets that are darker on the upper side than the under-side, and have serrated edges. It bears clusters of small, fragrant pale purple flowers that have 5 petals, which are followed by the marble-sized drupe fruit that remain on the tree all Winter. The fruit become whiter with age, and also become wrinkled, and loved by birds.(The fruit are toxic to humans when eaten). This tree is considered invasive in some parts, due to the fact that birds drop the fruit-stones and new trees grow easily from the dropped stones.
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