Welcome to Mystery Monday! Last week's shrub was the Japanese pittosporum (Pittosporum tobira), and our winner was Jomo. Congratulations!
Your clues for this week:
- This tree is part of the Lecythidaceae family.
- You usually see it in coastal regions around the Indian ocean and it is the only species in the genus native to South Africa.
- Its genus was named in honor of Daines Barrington, a botanist from the 1700s.