This evergreen tree has a rounded, dense habit, reportedly growing up to 35'. This one seems to be close to 25' and about the same width.
Foliage is evergreen, simple, elliptical, oblong to ovate, about 3 -7" long, with three distinct veins coming from the base. Medium to dark green.
Stems should have the same reddish colored hairs eventually turning green.
Flower buds are copper colored in clusters at the tips of the branches.
not sure, look at the leaves for the silvery lower surface and the 3 veins, and of course the red newish foliage.
100 Myrtle St.