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Growing in Wellington, NZ and now autumn.

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I believe it's Ficus benjamina. Those berries are actually little figs. In the first two photos I too also thought it was a holly, pruned into a standard. It's almost definitely an evergreen, if that helps. Looking closely, it looks like there's a little bromeliad air plant growing on one of the branches! :) Otherwise, those fuzzy branches are from a different tree.

  • Ficus benjamina then? – Graham Chiu Mar 31 '18 at 21:23
  • That's what I was thinking -- maybe, Graham. – Junebugapril Mar 31 '18 at 21:25
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    I think the green fuzz is Stereocaulon ramulosum which is a common New Zealand-indigenous lichen – Graham Chiu Mar 31 '18 at 21:27

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