Clausena anisata is a very hardy, evergreen, shrub or small tree that is spindly when young but matures to a lovely rounded shape.
It bears sprays of attractive creamy-white flowers from May to August. These are followed by black berries that attract birds to the garden.
The attractive compound, glossy leaves droop gracefully. When crushed they emit a strong smell and can be used as a substitute for curry leaves.
It is the host plant of several Swallowtail butterflies.
Plant in sun or semi shade. It makes an ideal specimen tree for a small garden.
It has many medicinal and magical uses.
Size 3 to 10m